It’s so encouraging to know that no matter what you’ve done, there’s hope for redemption. You might not know by hearing it, but that’s where the story behind the song “I Can Only Imagine,” begins. Bart Millard from MercyMe shares the story.
Being kind to someone is pretty easy…when they’re kind to you. But what if there’s someone in your life who is anything but kind? Shaunti Feldhahn writes a lot about relationships and shares her story.
We have all done or said things we later regret. But how do we make it right? Redemption and restoration is what the real-life story told in the new movie, “I Can Only Imagine,” is all about. Golden Globe nominated actor Dennis Quaid shares about how being a part of telling the story impacted him.
If forgiveness was easy, we would never have to talk about it. Since it isn’t, there are a lot of books on the topic. Andy Andrews shares a key misunderstanding that we have.
Maybe you have a dream, but you also have someone who says it will never be a reality. Bart Millard of MercyMe can relate. His dad was his biggest critic until his dad’s life changed, and then he became Bart’s biggest fan. But Bart’s experiences with rejection throughout life have served as fuel.
It’s been said, “legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they tell about you.” Our friend Tim Storey says we’re all telling a story with our lives.
We’re all human, and we make messes in life. Whatever your mess, Steve Brown says there is hope for you to experience redemption.
To achieve your dreams, sometimes you just need someone who believes in you. For Jon Steingard of Hawk Nelson, one of those people came from a surprising place. When the band’s lead singer left in 2012, they were in danger of it all falling apart, until someone unexpected stepped in.
When we face verbal abuse from others, it can be easy to just believe their words to be true instead of recognizing that we do have value! Trish Blackwell is KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach and she is here to help.
Bart from MercyMe and Amy Grant talk about the new movie, “I Can Only Imagine.” It’s a story of redemption based on Bart’s relationship with his dad, who was verbally and physically abusive. In fact, one time, he even broke a plate on Bart’s head. Dennis Quaid portrays Bart’s dad, and watching him play the role has opened Bart’s eyes.