‘Content’ Category Archive

When Self-Doubt Creeps In

This week, I took a big leap. I left the comfort of working as a part of a team and started the terrifying adventure of doing things solo. While it’s been exciting to have my own show on WayFM, my self-doubt has been at an all-time high. I’m not as fun as Wally. I’m not as deep as Brant. What do I have to bring to the table? As I sat down to work on… … Continue reading

Bekah’s Exciting News

Anytime the word “change” gets thrown around, I get an uneasy feeling in the pit of my stomach. That’s especially true in 2020 as it feels like this year has been nothing but change. But today, change is a good thing. Today is my last day on The Wally Show. But I’m not going very far…. Tomorrow will be the start of a new adventure on WayFM as I’ll be hosting my very own show that… … Continue reading

Remembering Toby Mac’s Son with 5 Thoughts on Child Loss

Today, (Oct. 23, 2020) is the one year anniversary of the passing of Toby Mac’s oldest son Truett. I cannot imagine what it takes to deal with this kind of heart breaking loss all the while still having to maintain a public persona in which people look to you to get them through their problems. However, if anyone was built to handle this pain and still love on people it would most certainly be Toby… … Continue reading

How a Shoebox, a Scarf, and a Sticky Note Changed a Life

What do a shoebox, a scarf and a sticky note all have in common? They have the power to change a life! In and of themselves these items may not mean much but they ended up meaning the world to Yves Dushime. He was a kid growing up in a refugee camp in the Congo in Africa when an Operation Christmas Child shoebox with a scarf and a sticky note set him on a new… … Continue reading

Joy Shares the Scariest Moment of Her Labor Story

Having a baby is a scary experience for any new mom. For Joy, who already deals with anxiety, it was a particularly nerve-racking day. Things did not go as planned when she gave birth to her son just a few months ago. She wanted to share the crazy story with you and why she is so glad her son was delivered safely.     … Continue reading

3 Godly Life Lessons I’ve Learned From Mr. Rogers

Have you noticed the recent fascination our nation has with Fred Rogers (aka: Mr. Rogers)? You can find him on coffee mugs, calendars, and even recently depicted by Tom Hanks in “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” Mr. Rogers’s positive outlook, kind disposition, and acceptance of others is a message our hurting world is obviously craving. The funny thing is, there are a lot of lessons Mr. Rogers taught that agree perfectly with the teachings… … Continue reading

Facing Anxiety with Becky Thompson

Is anxiety normal? How can I tell what I’m dealing with is anxiety? Does this mean I’m broken? Becky Thompson from the Midnight Mom Devotional sat down with us to talk about the stigma of anxiety in the church and how we can face it. … Continue reading