When you don’t like how life is shaping up, it’s easy to try to do your own thing. But Tim Storey says not so fast.
When we come across someone with authentic joy, that’s inspiring. Kristin Chenoweth is a Tony and Grammy award winning actress and singer. Kristin says her gift isn’t any more valuable than what she receives from a special girl in her life.
It’s been said that “personal relationships are the soil from which all achievement grows.” Shannon DeGarmo has seen it and she shares her story.
When you’re feeling down, a good laugh can go a long way. Jason Earls sees it every night as a stand-up comedian. However, Jason doesn’t think of himself as just delivering laughs…he delivers medicine.
We all have a time when we realize our lives are not what they could be, and we need help and hope. Now there’s a place that provides that. The Dream Center has been transforming the lives of men, women, and children that the world has given up on, and has given them a fresh start. That was true for Monique.
It’s not uncommon to worry about the future. Heather Avis knows that feeling very well as the parent of adopted kids with special needs. She shares about the joys and struggles of her family’s journey in her book, “The Lucky Few.”
Someone once said, “Do more things that make you forget to check your phone.” KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell is helping people do those kinds of things and more.
Oh, if only I could be like that person. Then things would be great. It’s easy to say that, but Steve Brown has some good news to share.
As much stress as there is in life, it’s good to laugh. Julie Lyles Carr is a speaker and author, but above all, she’s a mom of eight. She says that being a mom is often like living in a sitcom.
Even if you think your life has been broken beyond repair, you still have something of value to offer. Shawn Thornton talks about his family’s experiences and lessons learned growing up with a mother who had suffered a traumatic brain injury.