Those who are dying can teach us some of the most precious lessons in life. Rev. Susannah Carr shares what she learned from those she met while ministering as a hospice chaplain.
Just minutes into this world, Christy Dunaway’s life as an infant born in October 1963 without either forearm and missing a leg hit an extreme fork in the road. Despite the medical advice of the era, her parents chose for her the path of unconditional love, acceptance, and trust.
Six years ago, Patrick House took control of his health when he won Season 10 of NBC’s Biggest Loser. Today, he keeps himself and others motivated by continuing to share his triumphant story…and running little races like the Boston Marathon.
After 12 years of homeschooling their twin girls, Keith and Lisa Speights share 12 lessons learned.
Sometimes it takes losing yourself to gain a new you.
An unexpected diagnosis during Shanna Smith’s fourth pregnancy led her on a journey of faith and a changed perspective of Who is really in control of her life.
Florida choreographer Christopher Dean Anderson shares his insights on the importance of being a strong role model and teaching younger generations lessons that will carry them across the stage and through life.
Coach Don Powers learned a lot in his years leading young athletes; but, perhaps his greatest lesson, came from a group of girls who loved to run.
A Mississippi mom finds comfort, relaxation, and healing in herbal teas.
Hope can be as debilitating as it can be liberating. Danny Burgess, Ph.D., explains how not to let hope stop you from moving forward.