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Kate Gosselin updates us on her family as well as life lessons from her new book Eight Little Faces.
Matt and Suzy of “The Biggest Loser” discuss how they have lost weight and how Matt changed his heart and life.
St. Louis Dream Center is a downtown church that has a massive outreach program that touches hundreds of lives each month.
Jerry and Shirley Rose, Founders of The Total Living Network, will encourage baby boomers to embrace life after 50 and continue growing—spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually.
A strong Christian, Michael Whitesides will discuss surviving the “Miracle on the Hudson”—the crash of US Air 1549 and how God prepared him for it.
The FOX News Radio anchor tells how he went from 300 pounds and a bad heart to 150 pounds and good health.
Evergreen Christian Center is being honored for their community care service. This service assists neighbors with food, clothing, monetary gifts for electric bills, rent, etc.
In Simi Valley, California, Sonrise Christian Fellowship helps the homeless with their most basic needs.
The "Today Show" nutrition and diet expert discusses how to achieve permanent weight loss by building new eating habits.
Bill Dallas, former embezzler, will discuss why people try to fool others with financial schemes. He is the author of "Lessons from San Quentin."
Kim Bensen, who lost 14 dress sizes through Weight Watchers, cooks up yummy and healthy snacks with Kristi Watts.
Aunt Ribka's doughnut business could not bring in enough money to get little Joseph's hernia surgery. That's when you partnered to give him surgery and the family the means to profit in business.
This family was always hungry until friends like you provided an unlikely solution.
For wounded warriors, even finding clothes to fit over medical devices can be a challenge. Now, one serviceman is using his experiences to bless other injured heroes.
Listening to God and obeying His instructions transformed Scott and Melissa’s finances. Discover the simple steps that turned their lives around.
Steve’s business dried up as the economy floundered. Then he was confronted with a test of faith.
They rode the real estate boom from top to bottom, then made a decision that changed their finances.
After their father died, their mother brought them to a children's home sponsored by Orphan's Promise. There they received food, clothes, education and spiritual growth in Christ.