Sheila Walsh co-hosted The 700 Club, worked alongside Billy Graham, and was a famous singer-songwriter. Still - no one knew who she really was.
In the summer of 97, Saundra’s daughter Cherica fell in love. Less than two years later, the very man who stole her daughter’s heart would also take her life.
When Isik Abla was younger, she lived in Turkey. Her parents were both Muslims and they subjected their daughter to both mental -- and physical -- abuse.
By day, her life was a living nightmare. By night, her sleep was plagued by literal ones -- until she met a man in a dream.
A study done by the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty states that 3.5 million people - including more than 1 million children - are likely to experience homelessness in any given year.
Mariah Smith was abandoned as a baby - and as she grew up, she realized there were many kids and adults living on the streets - and she knew she had to do something.
You can see Mariah discuss her ministry by going here.
After several miscarriages, Thesha Bove realized it was time to let go of her deepest desire to have a child. Despite her pain, she decided to trust God -- no matter what that looked like...
For Brandy Allison, every song is a conversation. The lyrics she writes are ripped straight from her talks with God. Some deal with joy, others deal with grief, and they all stem from a faith journey she had to walk... after her husband was killed.
On November 16th, 1999, Saundra Adams was looking forward to the birth of her grandchild. Her daughter was eight months pregnant - and also expecting a marriage proposal from her boyfriend, NFL star Rae Carruth.
That proposal never came...
Paula Friedrichsen woke up one morning with a raging headache. Five months later, she was still in agony. Her doctor prescribed Vicodin - and before long, the pills were a bigger problem than the pain.
Renee got the phone call no mother wants to hear – a drunk driver killed her daughter. What Renee did next stunned the driver – and will stun you!
What happens when you can’t control your children? What can you do when your child gets the best of you?
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