The Power of Words airs weekly on Saturday mornings at 8:30 am. Join hosts Rocky and Cheryl in their mission of changing people and businesses with positivity. As an author, speaker, and consultant, Rocky Detwiler along with Cheryl, his wife, helps people around the globe to create a positive place for themselves to become happy, healthy, and hopeful. You can learn more about this inspirational couple’s story on Rocky’s website.Read More →

Game Plan For Life

This week Skip Hall is talking with Joan Endicott! Joan is a coach, speaker and the author of “I Get To!”, a book that talks about the power of perspective and that on even the most difficult of days there is always something to be thankful for! Listen in and hear Joan’s story and the traumatic story of her friend Laurie that ultimately changed Joan’s “I have to..” to “I get to!”.Read More →

by Charles R. Swindoll Scriptures: Joshua 14:12 Yesterday, I introduced you to Caleb, one of my all-time favorite Bible characters. Talk about a guy who stayed fit! What makes his story so exciting is that the man—at 85 years old—was still at it. He was ready for a brand-new challenge. And what was that? Please take the time to read Caleb’s brief biography for yourself in Joshua 14:6–14. When you do, you will find that he was asking permission to take on the “hill country.” In other words, he was ready to scale the mountainous region. And guess what was up there? Not only fortifiedRead More →

by Charles R. Swindoll Scriptures: Joshua 14:10–11 There aren’t many things better than exercise to keep all of us feeling, thinking, and looking younger than we are. For almost 10 years, my wife and I lived in a home in Dallas, Texas, located about a quarter of a mile from the renowned Cooper Aerobics Center that was founded by my longtime friend and physician, Dr. Kenneth Cooper. Not only did I enjoy the wonderful facilities—especially the one-mile track that runs through those beautiful grounds, around a lake where ducks and swans make their home—but each time we would drive by, we’d see men and womenRead More →