David and Pamela Mann will discuss their secrets of love, marriage and family and how their faith and love of music led them into a life of singing and acting.
Tessa Afshar was born in Iran. As she shares, “I was a very thoughtful, serious child. I grew up believing that all faiths were more or less the same. It was a man-made thing; it answered our needs. And I just wasn't one of those people who needed it.”
When doctors tell parents their daughter will die before birth, a couple believe God will give her life.
Author and speaker Lore Cottone explains how she finds “peace in chaos” while raising her son diagnosed with Asperger’s, bipolar disorder, and depression.
Is your marriage missing that "spark?" Author Nancy Houston shares about developing healthy intimacy in marriage.
New York Times best-selling author Jentezen Franklin shares how you can love through betrayal and hurt.
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.”
Author Trillia Newbell discusses how to help kids celebrate diversity and advance the Gospel through unity.
Young people today learn about love and sexuality from social media, Disney fairy tales, pornography, or their own rocky past. This generation is becoming one of the most relationally sick, sexually addicted and divorce ridden in history. One couple, Jeff and Alyssa Bethke believe they have found a better way. Take a look!
Known as "The Napalm Girl" in the famous Vietnam bombing photo, Kim Phuc talks about finding hope, healing, and forgiveness.
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