Some people have called it the butterfly effect…how everything you do matters. And Kevin Laue is finding that depending on someone’s situation, “everything” could even be a little thing.
Life isn’t always like school. When we have a question, we don’t always get an answer. And when the question is about pain, it can tear us apart. Sam Worthington plays the role of Mack Phillips in the new movie “The Shack.” The themes of loss, doubt, forgiveness and hope really struck home with Sam.
We all make mistakes and need to begin again. Dan Wilt shares how a broken camera led to a lesson about second chances.
Sometimes instead of turning the other cheek, we want to respond with anger. Steve Brown says that how you respond all depends on where your priorities really are in life.
When your personal passion becomes contagious…well, that’s when the world changes. That’s Randy Lewis’s story. He’s a former senior vice president at Walgreens, but he’s also the dad of a son with autism. Randy takes us back to the day when he revealed a groundbreaking idea to his company.
When pain strikes, it’s easy to think that God is nowhere to be found. But we often find out that we were mistaken…and sometimes, in mysterious ways. The new movie “The Shack” is based on the NY Times best-seller by William Paul Young, who has seen the story impact countless people, like a couple he met at a book signing.
If you find yourself just feeling sick inside thanks to disappointment after disappointment, our friend Tim Storey has some encouragement for you today.
Tune in this weekend for some contagious encouragement with Keep The Faith. We guarantee you’ll feel uplifted. You can catch Keep The Faith on Sundays!
Ever have one of those moments when you can’t figure out what you did wrong? Shannon DeGarmo has been there. She’s a wife and mom who’s learning how to handle this, even with her own kids.
It is so easy to get so busy and distracted by everything we have to do in life, that we forget to stop and appreciate everything around us. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell offers a reminder that there is more.
What some people see as burdens, may actually be beautiful gifts. That’s been true for Rory Feek. Rory and his late wife Joey made up the country music duo, “Joey and Rory.” Walking beside Joey as she battled cancer was extremely painful, but the last few years have brought joy in their special daughter, Indiana.