A man suffers life-altering injuries and a failed suicide attempt. Hear how he comes to terms with God and experiences total healing.
Ron Larson’s rebellious nature led to a methamphetamine addiction and eventually a prison sentence. But a persistent inmate convinced him to attend a chapel service and Ron was eventually baptized while on parole. After two years of staying clean, he relapsed. Fearing for his life, a church elder put Ron on a path to the opposite side of the county and true restoration.
When Meadow Merrill dreamed of adoption, she never thought that would include a little girl from Uganda with cerebral palsy. But when she met Ruth, that all changed. Meadow’s journey is one of love, loss and restored hope in God’s goodness.
The founders of Grace and Lace, Rich & Melissa Hinnant, share how they went from tragedy to triumph after the loss of their baby.
Childhood cancer survivor Eric Newman was making money and having fun because he was expecting the cancer to return. But a down turn in the economy made him reflect and ask God how he could bring hope to others. Eric became the founder of Roc Solid and helps build custom playgrounds for kids fighting pediatric cancer.
Hunter and Arika's Facebook post went viral around the world-hear the story of their horrific accident, and the absolute miracle of their survival.
It had the world on edge and one missionary on his deathbed, hear how Dr. Brantly survived Ebola.
The Daultons are getting a new van. 700 Club Interactive and Orphan’s Promise teamed up to start the Daulton Family Van Fund to replace their aged and mechanically failing vehicle. Thanks to generous donations, this family of 11 received a brand new 15 passenger Sprinter Minibus, but they have no idea it is arriving today.
Gordon Robertson and evangelist Franklin Graham discuss the rise of Christian persecution around the globe.
Nabeel Qureshi grew up a devout Muslim and always questioned Christians about their faith. Years later, when he saw another side of his faith, he held on to his belief but began running out of arguments.
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