Many people struggle to find their true identity. For Kara, abuse and abandonment made her feel like an orphan her entire life. For Japanese-born Atsuko, it was her faith in Christ that made her feel like an outsider in her own culture. Discover how God gave each of these women stability and hope even when it seemed like their troubles…
Where you’ve come from or what you’ve done doesn’t have to determine who you are or who you’ll become. Even though Shawn was raised by a single father in the ghettos of Chicago, the disadvantages he faced didn’t prevent him from discovering his true value in Jesus Christ.
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When Gerrie eloped with Clyde, it seemed nothing in the world could break them apart. But when the demands of life pressed in, they began to drift away from their commitment. Learn how this struggling couple found peace and reconciliation for their marriage at the cross of Christ.
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managed to make my way to the car through blurry, tear-filled vision. Inside the car I tried to calm down by looking out the window as cars drove by. Everyone was going somewhere. And I sat and watched. My life had suddenly come to a standstill.”
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Stories of God at Work
March 14, 1965―the day Barbara’s life took a very difficult turn. She and her husband were missionaries in Burundi, Africa, and had only been married 11 months. Barbara had just come home from the hospital with their 2-week-old baby. That evening, four masked gunmen burst into their home, brutally shot her husband, and left her a widow with a newborn. But amidst the grief, God was always there prompting Barbara to confidently say, “He is the most faithful friend that we could ever know.”