Growing up, Peggy Haymes knew two things: she loved God and she loved to write. She still does, although faith carries with it times of doubt, questions, growth and renewal.
Haymes is an ordained minister, a Licensed Professional Counselor and author of numerous books. For ten years she served as the first Editor of Reflections daily devotional guide, earning a reputation for devotional writing that is fresh and distinctive.
For ten years Haymes staffed Safe Harbors workshops for adult survivors of child abuse and currently staffs Life, Loss and Healing grief workshops.
Hear Peggy talk with Dr. Joey about how midlife doesn't HAVE to be a "crisis."
Today, make God’s purpose your first choice so you increase your faith with greater joy at work as you love God and others more.
There are some things you can’t imagine your mother saying. For everything else she said, that you now appreciate, show her some love as you make a life worth living today.
As you make a life worth living this weekend, be sure to take the time to let your family know how much you love them. Celebrate mothers and your family as you Live Positive.
Quieting the negative world’s noise takes practice. Stilling your mind to listen is an art.
Talk to your child like you want to be talked to as you Live Positive at home.
It’s so easy to talk about what you know regardless of whether someone else has had your experiences. So say what you mean.
Our guest today is a former NFL Running Back who returned to his hometown and founded a program that has helped hundreds of at-risk youth over the past 20 years.
Kenny Lewis was a star at Virginia Tech who spent four years in the NFL before returning to Danville, Virginia to launch a career as an educator.
in 1990, Lewis founded the Danville Church-Based Tutorial Program. It's a partnership between area churches and schools. It offers after-school mentoring for disadvantaged children.
Hear Kenny talk about his wonderful faith journey with Dr. Joey!
Who gets more of your attention at work—you or God?
Be still today, and know God is God and you are not.
The kind of love that sees no big deal in doing something for someone else truly changes marriages, families, work places, neighborhoods, cities, states, countries, and ultimately the world.
Today is my little brother’s birthday. Yea, I know. We’re middle-aged and neither of us are little anymore, but he’s still my “little brother,” if you know what I mean.
“Passionately waiting” means you seed gratitude in your spirit which helps you increase your faith with greater joy at work so you love God and others more.
Today, take time to do something significant. Sit down with your family and talk. Call an old friend. Write a letter to your high school English teacher.
There’s a whole lot to life that changes, right? It’s hard to keep up. So how do you deal with it?
Are you stuck in some aspect of your life that is causing angst such as: your job, career path or relationships? Do you need a push to make that change you know is necessary? Tom Ziglar ignites that spark and more.
Tom Ziglar is the proud son of Zig Ziglar and the CEO of Ziglar, Inc. He joined the Zig Ziglar corporation in 1987 and climbed from working in the warehouse to sales, to management, and then on to leadership. Today, he speaks around the world; hosts The Ziglar Show, one of the top-ranked business podcasts; and carries on the Ziglar philosophy. “You can have everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.”
In his new book, Choose to Win: Transform Your Life, One Simple Step at a Time. Son of the world- renowned speaker and bestselling author, Zig Ziglar, Tom shows readers the pathway to making simple intelligent everyday choices to achieve balanced success, true significance, and an everlasting legacy by replacing bad habits with good habits.
Decide this Easter to work Faith Positive, through and through, to increase your faith with greater joy at work and love God and others more, even in a negative world.
Even though you may try to leave work at work, it goes home with you and to the golf course and the grocery store and everywhere else.
Can you make room in your heart for someone when they’ve got a problem to share and you’re in a hurry?
Or what about your mind? Can you make room in your mind for someone else’s concerns when you’ve got so many of your own?
Jennifer Allwood is a wife, mother, dynamic business coach, and host of The Jennifer Allwood Show podcast.
She has been a business owner for over 18 years, getting her start with decorative and faux painting, and has turned that into a booming empire.
Today she coaches creative entrepreneurs in turning their crafts and hobbies into profitable businesses.
Hear her talk with Dr. Joey about the intersection of faith and creativity!
Believe Jesus’ promise that you can come to Him and find rest.
Find Jesus as you read the Word, pray, and see Him in others.
As you do, you work Faith Positive in a negative world.
It’s funny how things in life happen, when you think you aren’t sure that you’re doing a good job or anyone’s noticing, then BAM! You get rewarded.
Remind yourself that you still have life in you. Then go positively surge, emerge, and spring into life.
Michael J. Marx is a Life Coach who understands what it’s like to know there’s a road less-traveled. Another path to explore.
He helps clients formulate a new way of thinking. He challenges their thinking patterns. He holds their feet to the fire.
He's the guy who helps you get your act together in such a way that you can move forward in a direction you wouldn’t have imagined before.
What does it take to get unstuck? What does it take to go from fear to freedom when normal is no longer an option? Here him answer these questions with Dr. Joey!
It ain’t over ‘til God says it’s over. Search for God in the waiting and get lucky.