So how do you fill Christmas with more meaning- and less stress and headaches? Anne Graham Lotz thinks a lot about that. She’s the daughter of the late Billy Graham and this Christmas, Anne is battling cancer, but that won’t stop her from giving a gift to God.
There’s nothing like a good Christmas story- but sometimes, you find yourself living a story you’d rather close up and put back on the shelf. Rachel Marie Martin is a single mother of 7 and has written a book called, “The Brave Art of Motherhood.”
Christmas can be so defined by the ones we spend it with, that when we experience loss, it’s hard to know how to move forward. Well, moving forward is something Tim Storey helps so many people do.
Laughter. Sometimes it rescues your day. Our friend Chonda Pierce is known as the Queen of Clean and has encouraged millions with comedy!
How would the world change if we not only decided to love, but love EXTRAVAGANTLY? Jon Weece and his church have decided to find out.
So when a door closes, it’s time to look for another one. Well, John Schneider says “not so fast.” John has had major success on television, most recently on this past season of “Dancing with the Stars.” He’s also had four #1 country music hits, but it hasn’t been easy. And that’s GOOD.
OK time for a pop quiz! How do you spell “great relationships?” Keep The Faith’s Relationship Chef Doctor Joe Beam says you spell it: T-I-M-E.
There aren’t many things more satisfying than giving. Maybe because it awakens something really deep within you, something you were made for. Erwin McManus shares how the power of giving became real to him.
The things you do today, DO matter. Just ask Lauren Green McAfee. She’s a member of the Green Family, who runs Hobby Lobby. She also helped start the Museum of the Bible with her dad and has written the book, “Only One Life” with her mom.
It’s great to see family around the holidays, but let’s be honest. Sometimes even family members can rub you the wrong way. Sisters Serene and Pearl from Trim Healthy Mama recognize they have to see each other all the time! So how do you move past those moments of friction?