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Do you have words of encouragement to offer others? Post them here and we will use the most original encouraging words on our radio show--now heard on hundreds of stations in the United States. We will credit you, on air, as well.
In addition, if you have a life-changing story or words of encouragement to share with the world, please call us, toll-free, at 1-800-726-4150 (U.S. only, please). You can record your thoughts right from the privacy of your own home on our KTF Radio Share Line. We will play back the most inspirational stories on our global radio broadcast. People from some 80 countries will be inspired by your words and voice.
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Tell us HERE why your Mom is so special. What has she done to make a huge impact on your life? We love to feature your stories about "Mom" or the mother-figure in your life on KeepTheFaith radio!
Every day that goes by, another child goes without food. Can you imagine not eating? One day turns into two, two turns into three, three turns into four. Our goal here at KeepTheFaith is to make encouragement contagious. But we do this by making those words really matter. So, we've set up a special place right HERE to help support Food for the Poor. Please, click on the banner above right now--and you can help someone in need and make a difference on this very day.
Listen below to a heartfelt story of how Food For The Poor works not just to provide food, but dreams:
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Sometimes i feel like im lost. I graduated high school in 2012 and my dream was to join the military and leave for basic and make a career out of the military. All of my high school years i was stuck on being in the military and i had huge hopes and dreams and i had it all planned out for what to do after high school. Well i went to go join the military but something occured and it held me back from joining, and ever since that day i have not been able to get in. I've currently been trying…Continue
Hey guys,So I'm new at this so I'm not sure what to say, but here it goes...I've been dating my love for 6 months now, and well we've been making love for a couple of months.I'm almost 20, and I am catholic. I am split on how i feel. Part of me feels that I should have waited until marriage because it's supposed to be a special bond between two people and only that person; the other half of me is that I notice that I did wait until college to do anything like this, I dated other guys in the…Continue
Where do i start??? Well Im new to the site and i hope to find some answers or guidance... im married of course. I had a good relationship w/ my mother in law until i met my husbands Biological father and my husband's dad side of the family.. ALL wonderful people that till this day i dont regret ever meeting them and having them in our lives. When i met my father in law and the whole family, my Mother in law became the evilness person on this planet earth... towards me my husband (her own…Continue
Hello, My name is Ms. Lynette walker. And I am in a situation where I need help with finding affordable housing in the kennesaw, area. I need help with food and some temporary help with my utilities. I am behind on a few things and I am feeling so overwhelmed right now. I just need some help so I can just breath. I am also looking for a better job. If there is anyone out there that can help me with information of resources or know of any houses that are available please respond. After my…Continue
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"How Mercy Looks From Here" by Amy Grant
The first single from Amy’s first album in over 10 years –
HOW MERCY LOOKS FROM HERE – is now streaming online.
It’s called “Don’t Try So Hard”!
Listen to all of the Keep The Faith clips where Amy co-hosted and shared stories from her heart and her new release "How Mercy Looks From Here" by clicking HERE. Below is just one of many insights to her new CD!
Just shy of her 38th birthday, Michelle Bekeza was at the peek of her career. She had successfully managed to juggle being mom to three small children at home, while co-creating a multi-million dollar business in which she personally trained over one hundred sales and marketing executives throughout the United States. Life was surely a bit hectic, but Michelle had it under control--or, at least she thought. A trip to the doctor would change all of that.
Editor's Note: CharityOne is now featuring a regular video series by Michelle Bekeza and Reaching The Stars For Autism, which she founded. We are dedicated to bringing Special Needs information to families who listen to our Keep The Faith radio broadcast. We encourage you to share these videos with others.
Actors, Models, and Talent for Christ (AMTC) is a nonprofit ministry. Through a unique faith-based educational program, AMTC teaches performers how to become positive role models in the entertainment industry, then introduces them to top media executives through its international talent convention. AMTC follows The Great Commission of Jesus Christ by preparing actors, models, singers, dancers and comedians to ‘go into the world’ of arts and entertainment with love and excellence—as reflections of Christ and His truth.
On the first day of high school, Kristina Ellis' mom--a single, working mother who lost her husband to cancer--informed her that she could not financially support her after graduation. Kristina would need to find her own way to pay for college.
As an average student with less-than-impressive test scores, Kristina realized she would have to sell herself to scholarship committees if she wanted to stand out. That's when she devised the plan that led to her receiving over $500,000 in scholarships--enough to pay for her full education at a top-20 university, all the way through her doctoral degree, and make her dreams come true.
Kristina's amazing story is one of faith, hope and inspiration. Her new book, CONFESSIONS OF A SCHOLARSHIP WINNER, is a best-seller on Amazon.com and BarnesAndNoble.com.
To learn more about Kristina, listen to her share about her personal story on KeepTheFaith click HERE.
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