Author and speaker Lore Cottone explains how she finds “peace in chaos” while raising her son diagnosed with Asperger’s, bipolar disorder, and depression.
Sex trafficking has over 20 million victims globally and over 300,000 victims yearly, in the United States alone. Find out how you can help stop this modern form of slavery.
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.”
How do you turn struggles into strengths? Bible teacher Sheila Walsh shares daily practices of confession, mediation on God's Word and prayer that result in fresh freedom in Christ.
Steve Strang, founder of Charisma Media talks with Gordon Robertson about the likelihood of there being a supernatural element in Donald Trump's election.
Shaneen Clarke believes that the supernatural power of God is the real source for changing hearts. Shaneen says urging people to pray that God will change nations through their leaders will spark and spread a much needed and longed for spiritual revival in the earth.
Katie Davis Majors gave up college and moved to Uganda where at the age of 18 she started what would become a thriving organization.
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.
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.
The founders of Grace and Lace, Rich & Melissa Hinnant, share how they went from tragedy to triumph after the loss of their baby.
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