After losing her only grandchildren in the Oklahoma City bombing, Kathy Sanders began searching for the truth. The healing for her pain came not in answers from her investigation, but in learning to forgive the man who planned the attack.
In the summer of 97, Saundra’s daughter Cherica fell in love. Less than two years later, the very man who stole her daughter’s heart would also take her life.
Bonnie Floyd tells her real life nightmare, and how it ended with forgiveness and redeemption.
Jim Gash was a law professor. Henry was an aspiring student halfway around the world wrongfully accused of murder... and thanks to a "divine collision", the unlikely duo became freedom fighters for an entire country.
David Wood was diagnosed with an anti-personality disorder. He lived without emotions - no laughing, no crying - until the day he learned how to love.
Scotty McGee is a football player whose talents inspired an entry on urbandictionary.com. So if you're ever looking for a way to describe something so fast it becomes impossible to be tackled, just remember "Scotty McGee".
But before he became a legend, he was a lost teenager... who just wanted to be like his older brother.
Patrick Rincher was a high school senior who got arrested for murdering a security guard. Patrick faced the death penalty. The problem? Patrick was nowhere near the scene of the crime.
On November 16th, 1999, Saundra Adams was looking forward to the birth of her grandchild. Her daughter was eight months pregnant - and also expecting a marriage proposal from her boyfriend, NFL star Rae Carruth.
That proposal never came...
Mary Johnson was at work when she received the phone call: her only child had been shot - and his dead body was at the hospital. Mary didn't know the killer, but she knew one thing: that she hated him.
After committing a murder in the name of his gang, Brian Warth was sentenced to life in prison. Just when he thought his life was over, someone reached through the darkness of his prison cell and his life began to be radically restored.
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