Victorya says, “I was brought up to feel like we were not important, the family wasn’t important, the wife wasn’t important, the children were not important.” Then one night, she stumbled upon The 700 Club. Gordon Robertson was talking about Jesus and asked viewers to pray. Victorya joined in and asked Christ to come into her life. “I found everything I was looking for in that moment. He was everything I was looking for. He was everything that was missing.”
Dawn was a grieving woman who fell into a cycle of addiction, prostitution, and prison, until a divine encounter in solitary confinement turned her life around.
Childhood abuse and bullying filled Brian with hate until eventually he became somone others feared He became an addict, a criminal and a Satanist. His mother never stopped loving and praying for him. Will God answer her heart cries?
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!
Drugs and crime led Roy to prison but a pardon on his sentence showed him God's grace and love.
While serving a 25 year prison sentence for dealing drugs, Jaime Torres found the freedom and acceptance he always craved.
Having experienced multi-platinum success by his mid 20’s, Peter Klett was living his dream as the guitarist of Candlebox. But something wasn’t right and a drinking problem became an alcohol addiction that threatened to destroy all he had achieved.
Heather Schott turned to drugs and partying for comfort during her parent's divorce. See what she experienced that caused an awakening in her.
Here is a man who was at the top of his physical game as a professional cyclist. Heroin took him down to the bottom and a life of homelessness. If you know someone who is an addict, watch this video. Let it bring hope and encouragement they too can "come back."
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