In 1843, an English author named Charles Dickens introduced the world to Bob Cratchitt, Tiny Tim, and, of course, Ebeneezer Scrooge. Since its release, "A Christmas Carol" has never gone out of print. And it's a story that lives on today... Recently, Dan Reany met a man who is bringing Dickins' colorful characters to life -- Charles Dickens' own great, great grandson.
Doctors say there are at least fourteen bones in the human face. Michael McKay broke them all after his head slammed into the steering wheel of his truck during an accident. The chances for his survival looked bleak. But Michael got help from a team of doctors... and an army of prayers.
How bad were Donna Martin's headaches? So bad, she couldn't eat - or sleep. Donna was in chronic pain... until one day when she was watching "The 700 Club".
Todd Ayer was known as a "substantial security risk" during his years behind bars. He believed he was going to be killed in prison - so he vowed to take a whole bunch of men with him when he died.
Russ Ardebili knows what it means to suffer for the faith. He's been kidnapped, beaten, thrown into a snake pit, and left for dead. Still, nothing could make him deny his saviour.
When Keith Thibodeaux was cast as Little Ricky on the classic sitcom “I Love Lucy,” life was great. When his own family broke apart, Keith’s search for direction led him through darkness, but prayer would bring him back into the light.
Michael Graham's lifetime of passion for Eastern philosophies and religions is reversed by the power of God at a Billy Graham crusade.
Adam Dunlap had Crohn's disease -- until he discovered a diet and exercise plan that healed his body.