Road rage can erupt in even the most peaceful person. But Rachel Hogue of Madison, MS, urges us to look past our rear-view mirrors and change lanes from anger to understanding.
Joy is easy to find at a wedding or when a new little one is born, but the bigger challenge (and perhaps the larger reward) is being able to find joy in even the most mundane parts of life.
Born to a traditional Hindu family in India, Kenny Annamalai began his journey of faith as a child, questioning Hinduism and, eventually, all religions before coming to know Jesus Christ.
Rachel Hogue’s sisters taught her valuable life lessons, like to hide the butter knives during Punky Brewster episodes, to not ever drink a steaming cup of Mountain Dew, and to be there for those you love…no matter what.
Sometimes it takes losing yourself to gain a new you.
Rainy day reflecting on self improvement leads Mississippi wife, mother, and teacher Rachel Hogue to a realization that she may have more to revel in rather than to fret over.
As scary as fear can be, Danny Burgess, Ph.D., explains how critical fear is to growing as a person.
The best way to recover from sadness is to bounce your way back to joy.
Anelese Holt found her perfect remedy to chronic depression…glitter, sparkle, and handmade crafts.