Earl Chaney: Out of the Spotlight Came His Truth
Earl Chaney had it all. The film and television actor had fame, fortune and an audience of millions. It seemed there was no end in sight to his success. Earl has made a living acting in films, commercials and television roles. His biggest financial break came when after 25 years of standing in audition lines, Earl Chaney received the role of his lifetime. Walmart Corporation hired him to be the face of the Walmart commercials. While that campaign ran for three and a half years, he was also their spokesperson, making celebrity appearances... Read More



What Steals Your Peace?
Is it your job, family, neighbors, co-workers or could it just be your perception of yourself? This publisher letter, again inspired in the middle of the night, was yet another paradigm shift for me. Do you ever struggle through...
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Filling In The Gaps
At one point in His ministry, Jesus was followed by a crowd of over 5,000 people who became hungry and had no food. There was only one boy who had two fish and five loaves of bread. His contribution was small, but Jesus multiplied it to...
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Bear Tracks
Back in the late 80’s and early 90’s when the Berlin Wall was coming down and all the talk about perestroika and glasnost were making the rounds, when Gorbachev came to power and was being viewed as the great Russian reformer who would bring about the long awaited...
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What Defines You?
Who are you? What exactly makes you, the person God created? Are you: What genetics say you are? What other people say you are? Or something more? Realizing that I fit in all three of these categories, the person I once was is...
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PMS and Progesterone
My sister recently asked me the question? “Why do females carry so many burdens? It starts with PMS and ends in menopause?”(She has a teenage daughter). I didn’t have an answer for her question, but maybe the answer is...
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A Brand with Purpose
In today’s sports world, athletic apparel uniforms are for athletes across all levels: collegiately, internationally, and professionally. Each brand has a unique message, which illustrates the foundation of its purpose. Of the most notable...
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Face Your Fears and Defeat Them
Do you ever feel fear? We all do at one time or another. And that feeling is never going to go away permanently. The Bible says to “fear not,” but this doesn’t mean you should never feel scared...
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Parents: It’s the Simple Things That Count
You don’t have to spend huge amounts of money to have a meaningful family life. Children love the most simple, repetitive kinds of activities. They want to be read the same stories hundreds of times...
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Three Reasons Why Financial Literacy Matters
One of the most frequent comments we receive when teaching basic money principles is this: “I wish I would’ve learned this stuff sooner!” That’s understandable. When you’re 30...
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Tiny House
I’m moving into a Tiny House on Wheels (THOW)! What was I thinking when I purchased only 160 square feet of mobile space? Did I lose my mind after ending a 36-year marriage last year? Did I forget how comfortable it was to live in a...
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Testimonials
Dear Publisher, I just wanted to say how much I love your magazine. Each month I look forward to receiving the next one. I only wish it came out twice monthly. All your stories are so uplifting. Each issue is filled with faith, love, hope, truth...
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Traumatic Injuries Are Not Simple Events
Traumatic injuries can be from car accidents, falls, or sport injuries. Many people feel that when they are hit in a motor vehicle accident (MVA) or a fall, they are injured in the places where...
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