Tune in this weekend for some contagious encouragement with Keep The Faith. We guarantee you'll feel uplifted. You can catch Keep The Faith on Sundays!
Sometimes relationships feel a little more “sour”’ than “sweet.” Maybe it’s time for a new chef! KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam creates recipes to help us have better marriages, families, and friendships.
There’s an old poem that says “I have looked at you in millions of ways, and have loved you in each.” Rebekah Lyons is the mother of Cade, a 16-year-old young man born with Down Syndrome. She remembers her first moments with him, and shares the impact he’s had.
In the middle of our pain and loss, it can feel like we’re all alone, until we’re given a little reminder. Jenny Simmons walked through a dark time as her sister lost two kids not long after they were born, but she found hope in the details.
If true love always seems to slip through your fingers, our friend Tim Storey has some hope for you today.
Maybe there’s something in your life that you feel is holding you back. Kevin Laue is an ambassador for change all over the world, inspiring people to embrace their challenges and overcome. Kevin shares his story.
Sometimes the things we long for most come to us…when we’re finally content without them. Liz Curtis Higgs' relationships early in life weren’t healthy, but when God changed her, her relationships changed too.
We sometimes run out of water, food, patience, and energy, but KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell says there’s something that’s never in short supply.
Sometimes we lose our way, and when it happens, most of us hope to get a second chance and find forgiveness from those we love. Karen Kingsbury shares how one family went through a painful disagreement and what it taught them about unconditional love.
Joy is one of those things we all want, but often end up scratching our heads about. Margaret Feinberg shares that joy can be yours, but it’s not always what we’ve been led to think it is.
Sometimes, serving others doesn’t end with applause and a trip for ice cream. Sometimes it’s hard. But that doesn’t mean it’s not rewarding. Darlene Zschech’s grandson has autism and has seen the power that love can have on those with special needs day in and day out.