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Raped twice, Carla had no reason to trust God. However, she continued to pray for His peace.
A reckless, angry life led Sandra to live out of her car. She parked in a church at night to feel safe, and that's how she found Christ.
At their wedding, friends bet the marriage wouldn’t last. Rage, abuse, alcohol, and an affair killed their marriage. But God raises marriages from the dead, too.
The medical expert explains how to get rid of toxic elements in your home for better wellness.
Sarah had been struggling with a sore throat for two weeks. Even the emergency room couldn't offer her relief. Only the Great Physician could give her the healing she so desperately needed.
Johnny Cash's brother talks about his faith and growing up with a famous sibling.
Operation Blessing's Living Waters team drilled a well in Shanta's village so that her community would not have to drink water contaminated from industrial waste.
He was in and out of jail for most of his young adulthood. However, this drug dealer was about to hear the voice of God.
Best-selling author and pastor Max Lucado examines the most famous verse in the Bible.
This gospel blues singer was deep in the darkness of drugs. See how Mike Farris eventually saw the light.
Heavy metal was his god, but while touring with the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Peter found himself in churches looking for refuge.
His parents couldn't save him. Prison couldn't reform him. Mike needed a Savior.
“I don't stress out about our finances anymore,” says Mike. Learn how the Richins erased $160,000 of debt.
She was hooked on cocaine to the point where she lived in a crack house. Dinah needed to be rescued from her addiction.
New York Mets outfielder Daniel Murphy talks about pressure in the Major Leagues. A heavy drinker finds a one-step program. Also, Gordon and Kristy tackle Bring It On.
After his mother's death from cancer, Wade became the ultimate party guy. However, he was emotionally dead on the inside.
She would do drugs with her mother just to feel a sense of connection. It was also a way to numb the pain from her rape and abuse.
She was abandoned and abused as a child, but nothing compared to the pain of that tragic night. Only God could restore Deborah and bring her to forgiveness.