We share "storm stories" of other believers, and how they walked through their own storms with hope in Christ alone.
Ann Voskamp talks about the thrill of "giving it forward." Whether it's through a smile, a financial blessing, or a cup of cold water, we can always find ways to be the hands and feet of Jesus.
Dena Yohe, Dennis Rainey, and Rebecca and Jake Mutz talk about their moments of profound grief, and how it infiltrated their faith and caused it to grow.
Every marriage has a crisis year. For Dennis and Barbara Rainey, that year was 1976. Hear a story of trial and triumph as Dennis Rainey details how God took him through the valley of suffering.
In the midst of deepest suffering, where is God and why doesn't He deliver us and answer our prayers?
Jerry Sittser talks about the years after the accident when he focused on raising his children as a single dad.
As we live our lives, we are writing a story. The best stories include challenges and adversities.
If suffering is so integral to human sanctification, why do we, as humans fear and avoid it?
John and Donna Bishop recount God's goodness even after John's memory was erased.
John Bishop's memory loss couldn't change the way he and his wife, Donna, love.
John Bishop's memory was erased by illness. Hear about his courageous journey back!
A suicide attempt left her without legs.
She should have died, but she was alive.
On the outside she looked like a typical teen.
When the tragedy of losing a child strikes your family, the pain and the desire to place blame can often overwhelm a marriage.
When Steven Curtis and Mary Beth Chapman adopted a second Chinese orphan, they had no idea of the journey on which they were about to embark.
May 21, 2008, changed their lives forever. But it didn’t change their faith.
Steven Curtis and Mary Beth Chapman's life together hasn't all been like a fairytale.
Jennifer Rothschild thought college would give her freedom from the restrictions of her recent loss of sight.
When teenager Jennifer Rothschild started having trouble seeing, she thought she needed new glasses; she was shocked to discover she would need to adapt to life as a woman permanently blind.
Are you prepared for suffering?
How do you respond when bad things happen?
If God is good, then how can He allow suffering?
Some losses are temporary. Others are permanent.
Do you believe in God’s goodness even when bad things happen?
What can we learn from those who have disabilities?
What does it mean to trust God in all circumstances?
Where do you turn when all hope seems gone?
Sometimes the unimaginable happens.
Who can measure the power of a life?