An addiction costs this promising athlete a sports career. See how he found true freedom with the help of his defense attorney and arresting officer.
Esther Fleece learned from a young age to keep secrets and fake her feelings. Watch as she shares how facing her past and ending all her pretending brought a new found freedom in life. Do you have similar struggles? Remember, Jesus loves and cares for you just as much as Esther and will be with you as you pursue your personal freedom!
Heather Schott turned to drugs and partying for comfort during her parent's divorce. See what she experienced that caused an awakening in her.
Rejected by her family, Angela searched for acceptance but never found it in church or relationships. Then on 9-11, as she watched hours of the horrific footage, she prayed to the only One she thought could help.
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.
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.
Every fifteen seconds, somewhere in America, a woman is battered. Lauretta's beating was literally done with a baseball bat. Her boyfriend tried to kill her, but Lauretta survived... and now, she's building a life she never dreamed was possible.
The sports world was stunned by the infamous Ray Rice elevator incident - where he punched out his fiancee and dragged her body from the scene. Sadly, this isn't the only incident of domestic abuse amongst the NFL.
Dorothy Newton's husband, Nate, was a three-time Super Bowl Champion and a six-time Pro-Bowler. But at home, and behind closed doors, Nate beat his wife for fourteen years.
Dorothy shares more in her book, "Silent Cry".
Leah Smith spent decades of her life trying to find love. She didn't find it from her father, or in any of her short-lived marriages, or in the needles she put in her veins.
Instead, she found love in an unlikely place... inside a book she had once given away.
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