Scott Hamilton had an incredible figure-skating career. But backflips on ice weren't his only challenge. Hear how God sustained Scott through the death of his mother, cancer, and a tumor that had more to do with his success than you might think.
Her daughter Sophie couldn't survive outside the womb. Lindsay R. Dennis had months to prepare for the grief. So she and her husband celebrated Sophie's short life while they could. But they couldn't prepare for going through it all ... again.
"My life is over." That's what Herman Mendoza thought as he raised his arms in surrender. The police had his house surrounded. A once powerful drug lord, Herman now faced life in prison. And that's exactly what he would find there.
After she was date-raped and had an abortion, Molly S. White was pregnant with triplets. But wanting to give birth, the result was death. It was in the midst of sin and struggle that Molly found new life and new hope.
LaMorris and Megan Crawford came from two different worlds. He was from the South Side of Chicago, she was from rural Indiana. When Megan met LaMorris at a Christian college, she fell in love. Her parents did not. The problem? He was black.
Dr. Mark D. McDonough was burned alive, lost his brother and mother, was awake during surgery, and watched his sons' friend die from gunshot wounds, among other tragedies in his life. And yet he trusts God. How?
Dr. John M. Perkins, a leader in the civil rights movement, was tortured by white police officers while he was in jail in 1970. Instead of returning evil with evil, God gave him a desire to preach a gospel that could save blacks and whites together.
When Angela Ray Rodgers posted a video of her toddler's cute rendition of the national anthem, Grace Anna garnered national attention. Angela talks about Grace Anna's health challenges and the joy she shares with others. Listen for a special performance.
Vicki Rose dreamed of riches, fame, and a family. So marrying Billy should've been a dream come true, not a nightmare. Between drug addiction and a long separation, divorce looked inevitable. But God had other plans.
Dr. S. Todd Townsend grew up in the inner city of Philadelphia and, in his own words, was a "common thug." He dealt drugs, stole cars, and broke into people's homes. He was heading for a life of destruction-until Jesus intervened.
Carlos Evans was on deployment as a Marine when he stepped on an explosive device and suffered life-altering injuries. But through God's grace, Carlos and his wife, Rosemarie, were able to turn tragedy into triumph.
Terry Wardle's family culture encouraged disdain for religion and education. And yet, Terry became a seminary dean. When he lost his job for being controversial, he fell into depression. It was at a psychiatric facility where he encountered true Christian fellowship and healing.
Returning home on September 10, 200,1 from a family trip to Texas, Shelly Genovese Calhoun had no idea it would be her last night with her husband. Shelly tells her story of finding God's grace in the midst of tragic loss.
Anne Beiler, founder of Auntie Anne's pretzels, tragically lost her nineteen-month-old daughter. When she confided in her pastor, things only got worse. Anne tells of how tragedy and trauma changed her, and the healing she found in God.
Rebecca Bender went from good kid, to stripper, to prostitute. Wanting a family for her daughter, she followed her boyfriend, only to be sold for sex. How did it happen? And why was it so hard to leave? Rebecca tells her story of being trafficked and how God delivered her.