Travis lost his job, but he and wife Cara did not lose hope. See how this job loss lead to a better marriage and a better life.
- [Reporter] Travis andCara cherish spending time
with their two young daughters.
But just a few years ago,family time was rare.
Travis was working long hours
away from home as a plant manager.
- I saw my kids usuallyfour days every two weeks.
- [Reporter] After 12 yearswith the same company,
Travis expected a promotion, but in 2016
just before Thanksgiving, he was laid off.
Cara was a stay-at-homemom, so it was a blow
to their family's income,but not to their faith.
- God provides.
It's not the job, it'snot the things that we do,
but he will take care of all of our needs,
and living that out isreally hard sometimes.
- [Reporter] Travis andCara prayed strategically
about their needs.
As home-schoolers with two young children,
they felt the pressure, butthey never stopped tithing
or giving to CBN.
Less than two months later,Travis was offered a new job
making more money, plus hewasn't traveling as much.
- So I see my--(voice cracks)
My kids twice as muchas what I used to, so--
- And to see that workedout, it strengthened
our relationship and our marriage as well.
- [Reporter] Travis andCara were so grateful,
they decided to increasetheir giving to CBN.
For them it's all about faith and trust.
- CBN honors the money that you give,
and it's at work in thelives of other people,
and that's one of the reasons that
I'm most excited about CBN.
There's a heart forChrist, a heart for shining
God's love out into the world,
and for caring for people,and that's really the mission,
the great commission, andso that's why we love CBN.
- I think CBN ends up touching
many of the areas of the world
that you as an individual cannot touch.
- God will return muchmore than what you've given
because whatever you've released to him,
he will return to you.