An anger-filled boxer almost lost his life, but his parents never stopped praying for him. Hear his survival story.
In 1999, Johnny Rose, a Deputy Sheriff in Granbury Texas, responded to a call about a man threatening to kill his wife. When he and another deputy got there, the man had fled into the woods, but returned and pointed something at them. The officers shot and killed him, but later discovered he was only holding a large stick. Johnny dealt with anger and PTSD for years. It destroyed his marriage and affected his work until he finally surrendered it to Christ and asked him to come into his heart.
You may not realize it from watching the news, where stories of cops shooting civilians flood the airwaves, but the average police officer never fires his weapon in the line of duty at all during his whole career.
Unfortunately, that wasn't the case with Deputy Johnny Rose. He shot and killed a suspect while on assignment... and the nightmare of that moment haunted him for years.
Women are the fastest-growing segment of the prison population. But faith-based programs are helping female inmates - to the point where some of the worst offenders say prison actually set them free.
An autism diagnosis for 18-month-old Roman set the stage for a miracle. Through hard work and prayer, Roman’s mother Elizabeth never gave up on her son and today he is a gifted 11-year old.
The 700 Club’s Scott Ross talks with Bishop T.D. Jakes about the role the church needs to play in easing racial tensions.