Heather Schott turned to drugs and partying for comfort during her parent's divorce. See what she experienced that caused an awakening in her.
The Comfort Crew is a non-profit organization that seeks to support children with parents in the military, and who help families deal with issues other kids may not experience. Watch how they help kids face the challenges of frequent moves, parental deployments and the emotional times.
Serving the community is Pastor Martin & his church’s DNA. So, when a friend had an old Salvation Army food truck for sale, the church caught the vision for a new way to serve hot food to their community. They raised the money to buy and restore the truck, and are able to feed those in need of a meal.
After visiting an orphanage in China, Caleb decided he wanted to raise money to help the orphans across the globe. Last year they challenged kids across the US to do the same. The result was kids in 42 states raised $192,00 with the help of a donor match. Watch to see what went on this summer!
After one of the attempts to take her own life, doctors gave her only a 10 percent chance of survival. Listen to how Ruth Soukup miraculously pulled through, and began her journey to healing.
After years of physical abuse from her father, Lisa “Roxanne” Richardson finally had enough and left home; but the damage was already done. She couldn’t fill the hole in her life anything the world offered. Then one day she challenged God to speak to her and He did, through her 4 year old daughter!
The Mentoring Project is a national organization seeking to rewrite the fatherless story through mentoring. In Oklahoma City they partner with the police to develop healthy, loving relationships aimed at showing kids that they are loved and important and encouraging them to be the best they can be. Anyone can be a mentor, you just need to show up for them.
Pastor Joel Thompson wanted to reach out to people with special needs in the Tulsa, OK area so he teamed up with the Tim Tebow foundation for A Night to Shine; an elaborate event where all the attendees are treated like kings and queens. For Megan and Molly, twins born with down syndrome, this is their first prom and it proves to be unforgettable.
Every morning, people across Birmingham tune their radios to hear Lisa "Roxanne" Richardson. She's been in the radio business for twenty-plus years -- but she never really found her voice until she had an unexpected conversation with her four-year-old daughter.
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.
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