As the song says “sometimes, we all need somebody to lean on.” Our friend Steve Brown shares a reminder that when you are family, you share each other’s burdens.
If we let the words of others get us down, we can easily start questioning our value and wondering if we have any worth at all. Shannon DeGarmo was there and experienced those questions when navigating her divorce.
Our physical pain can be excruciating, but sometimes our emotional pain can hurt even more. As a chaplain for over two decades at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Reverend Percy McCray sees a lot of both, but has a medicine cabinet full of hope.
No one promised that showing kindness would be easy. Shaunti Feldhahn says it’s worth the effort and it all begins with an important decision.
It can be easy to think that the actions we do today have no impact on our life tomorrow. When he was a child, Erwin McManus’ grandfather taught him an important lesson about making the right choice.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and it’s a day that some people love and other people dread. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell shares a perspective on how to make that day mean so much more.
At the end of our days, it would be great if we were remembered first and foremost for the lives we’ve touched. Ann Voskamp is doing that every day and she shares what she has learned.
Actions speak louder than words. And honestly, actions are sometimes all kids understand. Laura Story is a mom and a wife to Martin, who suffers from several disabilities after a brain tumor. She’s learning more everyday about the power of making your words and actions match.
We all want someone to love us no matter what, despite our flaws. But so often, something goes wrong. Gary Thomas has written a new book called “Cherish.” Could that word “cherish” be the key?
There’s no place we can go in life where we’re too far for God’s grace to reach us. Brenda Lovelady Spahn shares that message of hope with the women at the Lovelady Center, a place she calls a “whole way house” for women just released from prison. She had her work cut out for her with one woman in particular.