Contemporary Gospel singer Mandisa opens up about the loss of a dear friend, and shares how she is overcoming depression and food addiction through trusting God.
T.C. Stallings, star of the hit movies "War Room" and Courageous" talks with Gordon Robertson about remaining committed to faith in Christ on and off the field.
Wendy learned her husband had been arrested for the rape and molestation of her daughter, Emily, for the past six years. Wendy was completely unaware the abuse was going on in her home and in a moment her entire life was swept away. “This man’s evil acts, his lies, and all the deceit he represented had destroyed Emily’s childhood and every good thing he had ever meant to me,” May faith arise and bring hope to your every situation as you hear Wendy share the path to recovery and becoming "unbroken."
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.”
On April 2, 2014, around 4 PM shots rang out on the base of Fort Hood. Less than an hour later, Angel Arroyo got a knock at her door-it was her husband's captain, and her heart sank. Find out why.
As a baby battles for his life, his family posts a call to prayer. Watch how his tumor vanishes over night.
Author Mark Moore shares how he moved from acceptance to surrender, and from hope to faith in the wake of tragedy.
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?
Retired Dallas Police Chief David O. Brown discusses his faith and reactions after five police officers were killed in the summer of 2016.
Young ex-convicts in Boston have few options in life once they've been caught up in the cycle of crime, violence and prison. But a Boston gym, Inner City Weightlifting, is giving these ex-cons a purpose in life by teaching them how to make a living as a personal trainer.
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