I wonder how often we give up something great because we think we’re doing something good. David Salyers talks about a pivotal meeting where Chick-fil-A was facing significant competition from a new restaurant chain that was getting bigger fast.
Maybe it’s an ornament on your tree, or a song you hear each year, but so often there’s something at Christmas that reminds us just how far we’ve come. Amy Grant is here today with Kathie Lee Gifford. Over the years, these ladies have shared some pretty special moments together.
Sometimes, despite our best intentions, our words just come out the wrong way. KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam has a story to share about how we can help our relationships grow by choosing words that heal instead of hurt.
Don’t be afraid. Yeah right! Easier said than done. Kristin Chenoweth is a Tony and Emmy award winning actress and singer. Kristin’s whole journey has found a solid footing…in faith.
Every child has enormous worth and deserves some joy, despite the circumstances they find themselves in. Angel Tree blesses children whose mom or dad are in prison, with a Christmas gift and some love. Jenny’s family is a perfect example. Her husband found himself in a tough place in life.
Five million people lined the streets of Chicago, screaming, hugging, and crying to celebrate the first World Series Championship for the Cubs in 108 years. Ben Zobrist was a big part of making that happen. For Ben, it’s all about making a difference, in all circumstances.
Maybe you know best. Famous last words. Our friend Steve Brown has learned that talking to the one in charge always gets better results.
Christmas is fun, but how do we also make it meaningful? Scottie Nell Hughes is always looking for creative ideas to make the holidays more special and she found one that helps her family remember those they care about.
What to buy, what to eat, what to wear, where to go…decisions, decisions, decisions. For Danny Gokey, the formula for deciding all of that is pretty simple. Danny reflects on the things his family holds dear.
Forgiveness is so freeing, but it’s a process. Kim Boyce discovered this after she and her husband Gary spent a decade with one of Branson’s most popular shows, and were both unexpectedly fired. She shares her story with us.