These three native Chicago friends created an audio Bible that's read to Hip-Hop beats. Their goal is to reach and teach everyone from everywhere to know the real Jesus Christ. The astounding results are due to "the driving force behind Streetlights is our passion to see youth with low reading levels and limited knowledge of the Bible engage and learn the Word of God."
Young ex-convicts in Boston have few options in life once they've been caught up in the cycle of crime, violence and prison. But a Boston gym, Inner City Weightlifting, is giving these ex-cons a purpose in life by teaching them how to make a living as a personal trainer.
Abraham remembers the day he saw his father choking his mother as she fought for her life. He grew up in constant fear and chaos, and found family in the community of gangs and selling drugs. Hear how the kindness of just one person can bring a revolution for the greater good!!
As boundaries are being pushed more in entertainment, it's becoming increasingly hard to find family appropriate programming. Gordon and Terry tackle these issues and discuss today's more popular shows, like Game of Thrones.
On May 30th, 2014, Mark's life was cut short when he was shot and killed coming home from Norfolk Christian's graduation. His parents came across a blog on Heaven Mark had written just weeks earlier, which helped them start to move past their grief and see God’s plan in this tragedy.
Beth Cross is the Director of the Help and Emergency Response Shelter in Hampton Roads. On a recent "700 Club Interactive", she talked with Terry Meeuwsen about domestic violence - and helping women get out of abusive relationships.
Every fifteen seconds, somewhere in America, a woman is battered. Lauretta's beating was literally done with a baseball bat. Her boyfriend tried to kill her, but Lauretta survived... and now, she's building a life she never dreamed was possible.
The sports world was stunned by the infamous Ray Rice elevator incident - where he punched out his fiancee and dragged her body from the scene. Sadly, this isn't the only incident of domestic abuse amongst the NFL.
Dorothy Newton's husband, Nate, was a three-time Super Bowl Champion and a six-time Pro-Bowler. But at home, and behind closed doors, Nate beat his wife for fourteen years.
Dorothy shares more in her book, "Silent Cry".
Every once in awhile, Kim Vastine unleashed herself. She'd get into fights with her husband, scream at drivers on her way to work, etc. But most of the time, Kim kept her anger bottled up - until she realized that the person she hated the most was herself...
As a teenager, Adam was initiated into a Samoan blood gang. And by the time he was 14, Adam was already involved in his first drive-by shooting...
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