Bob and Audrey Meisner were the picture-perfect family. Their children were growing, their ministry was thriving, and they seemed to be very much in love... until Audrey befriended a young man from church.
Laughter, they say, is the best medicine. For stand-up comedian James Taylor, laughter also kept him sane -- especially after his parents met in a mental institution...
Last year, Rich Wilkerson Jr. was thrust into the limelight after he officiated the wedding of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Still, Rich shuns the label of "celebrity pastor". He says he wants to be known as a lover of Jesus and a builder of the local church. He explains more in his new book "Sandcastle Kings".
You can also watch the second part of Rich's interview here.
"Change" - what does that word mean to you? Does it rattle you? It doesn't have to. You can learn to take charge of the changes in your life - and create your own destiny. Dale Bronner explains in his book "Change Your Trajectory".
As a youth, Sergio De La Mora was a walking dead man. His goal everyday: don't die... and stay high. But the course of his life took an unexpected turn after he received a warning... in a dream.
Martin Luther King, Jr. famously called Sunday mornings the most segregated part of the week. It's no surprise why - ninety percent of churches in America feature only one race. Pastor Derwin Gray, author of The High Definition Leader, believes that's going to change.
Did you know that Derwin Gray played in the NFL? You can see the rest of his story here.
In the Land of the Reformation, those who defend the Bible must often pay a price. Dale Hurd recently met one pastor from Germany who has stood up for the Gospel... and refused to bow down to political correctness.
Brian Ivie came across a story and knew he had to make a documentary about it. That story featured a South Korean pastor, abandoned babies, and something called a "Dropbox". So with a camera in tow, Brian packed his bags and went halfway around the world...
700 Club Interactive spoke with Brian earlier this year; for that interview, go here: http://700clubinteractive.cbn.com/500-abandoned-babies-saved-one-giant-heart-compassion
Bishop Pullings collapsed from a stroke in the midst of a demanding ministry schedule. When doctors gave little hope of survival, his wife started a 24-hour prayer chain.
At age 13, a family friend sexually abused Hebert Cooper. Even as a full-time evangelist and then the pastor of People’s Church in Oklahoma, He still had only shared the incident with his wife. On his path to healing, Hebert opened up to a small group, to his congregation and then in a book tilted “But God”. Herbert shares his journey and the steps it took to reach complete healing and forgive his abuser.