Courage

Having courage means facing your fears, making difficult choices, and staying true to yourself and your faith at all times.
Truth and positive thinking
Positive Living

Positive Listening: ‘Everything Happens’ Podcast

This series of conversations about life’s challenges embodies the power of authentic positivism.

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American flag
Finding Life Purpose

A Memorial Day Commitment to Live with Purpose

In tribute to those who gave their lives for their country, we, too, can dedicate ourselves to something bigger than ourselves.

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How to find your inner warrior
Life Advice

How to Find Your Inner Warrior

When facing big challenges, we tend to focus on our limitations, not our strengths. God doesn't see it that way.

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Courage to take the first step
Stories of Faith

A Beautiful Passover Lesson in Courage

An often-overlooked moment in the Exodus story teaches us the power of taking the first step.

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Confidence
Positive Living

How to See the Best in Yourself

While others may judge us or find fault, God always sees our potential.

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Actress Chrissy Metz
Movies and TV

Chrissy Metz on Faith, Prayer and Her New Movie, 'Breakthrough'

Chrissy Metz, star of This Is Us and the new motion picture, Breakthrough, talks about the role that faith and prayer play in her life and the importance of being kind.

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6 Life Lessons from an Old Log Cabin
Managing Life Changes

6 Life Lessons from an Old Log Cabin

How renovating an old, rundown place ended up restoring her life after divorce

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Elizabeth Jennings: A Civil Rights Icon of Faith and Courage
Stories of Hope

Women's History Month: Elizabeth Jenning's Faith and Courage

This church-going teacher stood up for her right to use New York's public transportation more than a century before Rosa Parks' courageous stand.

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Cynthia Gandhi Dobbs
Stories of Hope

How Becoming American Helped Her Honor Her Past

Cynthia Gandhi Dobbs always felt American—until it was time for her to become a citizen. Now she wondered if she were leaving her Indian culture behind.

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