Memories of the past can make the idea of starting over seem impossible. Shannon DeGarmo has experienced second chances in her life, and believes you can experience them too.
You don’t see it at first, so you take a few steps and it’s so obvious. Nothing changed except your perspective. Our friend Steve Brown says in a similar way changing how we think about God, can make all the difference.
It’s been said that if you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life. John Bevere says there’s a big difference between a job and a calling.
As stressful as life can be, it’s not hard for even the little irritations of life to really ruin our day and affect how we treat those around us. Dan Wilt is here to tell a story of how quickly our perspective can change with just a little more information.
As the old song says, Happiness is two kinds of ice cream and telling the time. But joy? Joel Smallbone of For King & Country says there’s a lot more to joy than “good things.”
Chasing our dreams can bring us to a crossroads. We can take the easy road, or the road of integrity that often looks a whole lot longer. Megan Alexander opens up about difficult choices, and the value of staying true to YOU.
In our connected world we benefit by knowing more, but sometimes at the price of having more to fear. Our friend Andy Andrews has an idea of how to sort through the information overload to find wisdom.
The problem is other people. Or so we’d like to think. In Shaunti Feldhahn’s new book “The Kindness Challenge,” the idea is to withhold negative comments, give praise, and do kind things for one person for 30 days.
When it comes to learning what it is to be a man, the most important relationship a boy has is the one with his father. Erwin McManus shares how his relationship with his father impacted him.
Even if you’re not a distance runner, some days it feels like all you’ve done is run. So what does real rest look like? Liz Curtis Higgs gets to the bottom of it in her new book, “31 Verses to Write on Your Heart.”