These three native Chicago friends created an audio Bible that's read to Hip-Hop beats. Their goal is to reach and teach everyone from everywhere to know the real Jesus Christ. The astounding results are due to "the driving force behind Streetlights is our passion to see youth with low reading levels and limited knowledge of the Bible engage and learn the Word of God."
Cameron Horner didn't understand why God did not heal his body. What happened next is a miracle-he began to understand how Jesus' promise to provide joy during suffering times is true.
Sheila Walsh co-hosted The 700 Club, worked alongside Billy Graham, and was a famous singer-songwriter. Still - no one knew who she really was.
An inmate, Louie thought he was crazy when he heard a voice tell him go to church. He found out it was God, obeyed and found the love he was looking for.
Thom Hazelip was searching inner-city Nashville for a home he could flip. When he began to meet the residents, he knew his family should move there. Thom and Michele began to interact, and play with the kids that would show up in their yard. These simple acts led them to start Front Porch Ministry as a way to help the under-served community they now call home.
Find out how tattoo artist Chris Baker is helping cover the ink of human trafficking and also gangsters.
A study done by the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty states that 3.5 million people - including more than 1 million children - are likely to experience homelessness in any given year.
Mariah Smith was abandoned as a baby - and as she grew up, she realized there were many kids and adults living on the streets - and she knew she had to do something.
You can see Mariah discuss her ministry by going here.
In Chesapeake, Virginia, one ministry is helping the homeless - by encouraging people to literally dance their shoes off!
So far, nearly 500 pairs of shoes and 100 coats have been donated as a result of this ministry. All donations were distributed through the Abba List, and you can learn more about them by going here.
Mike Norton and his team go to areas of San Francisco that many would be scared to visit. They meet the homeless, drug addicts and prostitutes - and what they discover is a need greater than food.
Find out how tattoo artist Chris Baker is helping cover the ink of human trafficking victims and gangsters.
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