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Bob will never forget the saving grace God showed him that Christmas when he was at the lowest point of his life.
Sarah Sumpolec was deep into the occult and thought her suicide was the only way to find peace. Then she met two girls in college who helped her discover a new life.
The Barthells got in credit card debt to the tune of $40,000. Even as unbelievers they found that Christian principles were the only way to get back on track.
Jim Tate recalls, “I hated the Roman Catholics. We sung songs about it. We hate the pope... It’s a strange thing, because I didn’t know one Roman Catholic.”
Hurricane Katrina flooded Pass Christian, Mississippi, last year. Follow David Kithcart as he heads down south to see how they’re doing now.
Here is the story of how one man and his company started a new Christmas tradition.
With radio shows heard all over the world, Walt "Baby" Love was enjoying all of the success he’d worked hard to achieve. But when a deadly disease struck him down, Walt had to muster the faith to fight for his life.
David Ruffin didn't have a nice suit to wear on Easter when he entered Brooklyn Tabernacle. In fact, he didn’t even have a place to live.
Former World Karate Champion Donnie Williams shares his salvation story and how God delivered him from his intense hatred of white people.
A young mother had to walk six hours overnight to get water for herself and her baby until Operation Blessing donated a well.
Pat Robertson, along with his son Gordon and others, remember the man who changed the face of the charismatic church.
From Asian street gangs to trading sex for drugs, it’s a miracle that Laurie Ishii is still alive. But she is and ministering the Gospel to God’s lost children on the streets.
What does it mean when he gives you yellow tulips? Is a white rose romantic or deadly? David Kithcart investigates flowers and their hidden meanings.
After rescuing survivors at Ground Zero, Moe Altamuro found himself exposed to a hidden danger -- toxic fumes.
Valentine's Day isn't all about flowers and candy. It's about one man's faith in God. Find out more in this piece by David Kithcart.
During Victorian times, men and women used flowers to express emotions and thoughts they dared not speak. Every corsage, bouquet, and garland represented a carefully chosen sentiment.
Even at the height of his career, Danny Velasco was always the guy who felt out of place. Before he knew it, he had gone from earning $3,000 a day to living on the streets.