Thom and Michele Hazelip moved to Nashville's innter-city and soon their front porch became the place for the at-risk children to gather, visit, play and find love.
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Cortney Donnelson thought her husband Marc could do no wrong. Then, after 13 years of marriage he confessed something that forever changed their relationship and their faith in God.
Mark Lee, guitarist for "Third Day" shares how the road to success was not without missteps or hardships.
Howard Conder, founder of Revelation TV in London, discusses the spiritual climate in England and shares how the "Quote Jesus" campaign, where quotes of Jesus were placed on London city buses, impacts the country.
A young girl lives with the shame of three abortions-see how hope changes everything.
Thom Hazelip was searching inner-city Nashville for a home he could flip. When he began to meet the residents, he knew his family should move there. Thom and Michele began to interact, and play with the kids that would show up in their yard. These simple acts led them to start Front Porch Ministry as a way to help the under-served community they now call home.
It had the world on edge and one missionary on his deathbed, hear how Dr. Brantly survived Ebola.
David A.R. White share what's new in Christian movies and his latest film,God's Not Dead 2.
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