Matt has a new album called “The Advent of Christmas,” and reflects on why the weeks leading up to the big day are so important.
You may be ready for Christmas in May. . . or maybe you don’t warm up to the idea until December 24th. But Steve Brown has some great news for you, no matter what camp you’re in.
You’re not all wrapped up, but Keep the Faith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell is on a mission to help you discover what a gift you really are- and can be!
Only at Christmas does the color green mean go. . . and red- also means GO! It’s so busy! But Matt Maher has been trying to take a different approach.
It’s exciting to see your name on a gift tag, but maybe your name gives you a greater gift– IDENTITY AND PURPOSE. Brenda Lovelady Spahn KNOWS this can happen. She runs what she calls a “whole way house” for women being released from prison.
Relationships can become as comfortable as that couch in the living room. And so maybe you find that the only thing you ever do together, is sit on that couch in the living room! If your relationships aren’t what you want them to be, Keep The Faith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam has recipes to help.
It’s a tough moment when it becomes painfully obvious that your dream. . . will never be a reality. But maybe there’s something better waiting. Brant Hansen is a nationally syndicated radio host with several books, including “Blessed Are the Misfits” and shares his story.
One of the phrases that comes in the Christmas story is “Do not be afraid.” We still need that reminder today. Trim Healthy Mama’s Serene & Pearl are the authors of best-selling books like “Trim Healthy Table.” Doing all that and raising 19 kids between them, it’s easy for fearful thoughts to creep in.
It’s easy to think that God only cares about the BIG stuff in life- not the everyday things. Darlene Brock has written a book called, “Raising Great Girls.” She shares about an event in her family’s life that helped to shape her perspective on prayer.
If you need permission, here it is. It’s OK to laugh! And Nick Arnette can help. Nick is a family friendly comedian and author of the book “Me, We, and Glee.”