As a child, Jason Davis dreamed of making it big in the music business. But when he made it to the top, and had every material possession he wanted, he was empty. Only God could fill that void.
Emily Thomes called herself a Christian but led a life of homosexuality, drug use, and rebellion. Curious, she googled Bible verses and discovered some that changed her life.
If overbearing rules and heavy consequences only push people away from God, then only relationship and friendship can bring them home. Watch and find out where Jackson Park ended up and why!
Brent Swayn’s search for purpose in life took him from Australia to the streets of Nashville, as a homeless man. It was in Nashville that Brent found his calling, as a chef, and as a man who serves up second chances to the homeless.
Boston Celtic’s center Tyler Zeller shares how faith impacts his role on one of the NBA’s most storied franchises.
Drugs and crime led Roy to prison but a pardon on his sentence showed him God's grace and love.
American missionary Kenneth Bae was convicted and sentenced to 15-years of hard labor in a North Korean work camp. Facing physcial and psychological torture he became the longest-held American prisoner in North Korea since the Korean War. Instead of focusing on his plight, hear how Kenneth surrendered his desire of freedom to God for the sake of the people of North Korea. God needs your prayers for the people of the world who are trapped in darkness.
“I had an altar. It was like a triangle. I had a brandy sifter with water, a crucifix, a white crucifix and then the Bible opened to Psalms 23… and cauldrons, animal sacrifices were in there. I felt a power, but it wasn’t a good power. It felt like something else was in control. It wasn’t me.” Watch to find out the results of Maura's story!!!
Shaerica always felt like an outsider in her home and at shcool. To escape the pain of loneliness she began to party and go to clubs to feel included. Eventually she allowed the unexpected love of God to penetrate her heart. Hear how she lives today.
Jordone kept silent because she believed no one cared enough to listen. Even though her family went to church every Sunday, she felt God did not care either.