In 1960, Ruby Bridges became one of the first African American children to integrate into an all-white New Orleans school, where she endured months of threats, protests, and confinement. Today, she shares how overcoming racism takes the heart of a child.
Hear how Los Angeles Police Officer Deon Joseph goes above and beyond the call of duty to help the desperate people on Skid Row.
Race tensions, football and faith…hear about the real life struggles of integration at Woodlawn High School.
Former Carolina Panther Derwin Gray now pastors Transformation Church in South Carolina. There, you'll see people of all races and all backgrounds. And that's no accident!
So, how can your church be culturally diverse? Derwin says the answer is found in three words... and one color.
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.
Kevin Sorbo was "Hercules" -- and, more recently, the professor that audiences loved to hate in "God's Not Dead". Here, he sits down with Andrew Knox to talk about his new adventure.
Chris Hoke was a worship leader searching for Jesus. He found him - among some of the most hardened criminals in prison.
Ben Watson is an 11 year NFL veteran. He won the Super Bowl a few years back with the New England Patriots, and he's a fan favorite as a New Orleans Saint. He made national news a few months ago -- and not because of anything he did on the football field. Instead, it was because of a post he made on Facebook. Tom Buehring has that story.
700 Club Interactive’s Lionel Harris shares the inspiration behind ‘The Rooftop’ campaign.