KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam has encouraged many couples including Duck Dynasty’s Alan and Lisa Robertson, who were struggling to put the pieces back together after a serious season of betrayal.
If only I was like that person, then I could make a big difference. It’s a common thought, but one that Jen Bricker says needs some adjusting. Jen has an amazing story, but YOU have one too.
Life is beautiful! But maybe for you, there are times when you just can’t see through the haze. Natalie Grant shares how doctors told her and her husband that chances were slim they’d ever be able to have a child. But not only did they have one, they had three. But what came after their 3rd, caught Natalie off guard.
It’s one of those inevitabilities…when you have two different people in the same room, there’s bound to be conflict. What’s not as obvious is what you do with it. Francis and Lisa Chan share how we can resolve conflict in a peaceful way, especially at home.
During this holiday season, family life can get to be a bit chaotic! KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell shares what she’s discovered in the midst of the chaos.
It seems like it would be easy to accept a free gift with no strings attached from someone, but often we feel the need to reciprocate. What do we do when we can’t? Steve Brown recently found himself frustrated after someone anonymously blessed him.
What a difference it makes when we see a situation through…and never waver. For Pamela Capone, it changed her life. She’s adopted, and she shares her story about her parents.
You’ve probably heard of a “yes man.” But sometimes at work, you may find your job and your values at odds. And it’s easy to become a “no man.” Is there another option? Megan Alexander shares some of the things she’s learned.
Wait a minute. I did what I was supposed to do. Why didn’t this work? Ever felt that way? Lauren Daigle has too. Lauren says not everything has gone the way she hoped in life. And one of those times led to her song, “Trust in You.”
No one ever promised raising kids would be easy, but it seems sometimes like all the technology that was supposed to help, ends up making it more difficult. Arlene Pellicane shares a heartwarming story that reminds us of the goodness of being thankful.