Making a difference is rewarding, but no one ever said it was safe. Just ask Franklin Graham and his team at Samaritan’s Purse, one of the world’s leading relief organizations. Several years ago, a global threat began to appear, in the form of the Ebola virus. The inspiring story is told in “Facing Darkness,” a one-night Fathom theater event.
Disagreements are common and can lead to a dead end. But KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam has a recipe to help you move forward.
Walking a mile in someone else’s shoes might give you something other than a blister…it could give you perspective. That’s what happened to Shannon DeGarmo, a wife and mom who is learning to be a “Bounce Back Woman.”
I wonder how different life would be if we were able to truly let go of our past mistakes. Our friend Matthew West loves to take real life moments and turn them into songs.
Some people hear laughter in the rain. Maybe you just hear rain. Our friend Tim Storey is here to help.
When we’re struggling, there are words we need to hear, and sometimes those words can be challenging. It’s happened to Andy Andrews.
If you’ve ever felt like you desperately need a second chance…or a 10th chance, Jon Weece has good news. He shares a story that reminds us how we can always get back up.
It’s been said that “legacy is not something you leave for people, it’s something you leave in people.” Rachel Macy Stafford can attest to that. She has seen the difference a parent can make in a child’s future, by simply paying attention.
Maybe you’ve been told that the only one you hurt when you don’t forgive, is yourself. It’s one thing to be told that…it’s another thing to see it in a unique way. Sara Horn shares how she saw it, in her book, “How Can I Possibly Forgive?”
A detour in the road might take you where you didn’t plan, but who knows, maybe there’s some beautiful scenery along the way. Heather Avis shares how even though she and her husband put a lot of thought into building their family through adoption, a surprise was waiting for them.