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Blood is blood: Living sacrificially – Sally’s Story

The love of Jesus transcends all barriers including those of race and gender. Sally explains why she donated a portion of her liver to a complete stranger and what she learned about God as a result. We would like to thank WNIV in Atlanta, Georgia, for partnering with us on this week's program.

The unrelenting pursuit of a holy God–Raymond’s Story and Jennifer’s Story

No matter where you’ve gone or what you’ve done, God doesn’t stop pursuing His children. Discover how God transformed the lives of Jennifer and Raymond, two people struggling under the weight of addiction and set them on the path to recovery. Be encouraged by a story of God’s love and power.

We would like to thank KNKT Radio in Albuquerque,…

A fragile identity solidified–Renee’s Story

As a biracial child in the 1970s, Renee was the recipient of intense bullying. And after being sexually assaulted as a teen, her life seemed to spin out of control. Renee shares how God pulled her back from the brink of self-destruction and revealed her true identity and value through a relationship with Jesus Christ.

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My Search For Messiah

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Like many other Jewish people, Michael Rydelnik refused to even consider Jesus’ claim to be the promised Messiah of the Hebrew Scriptures. So when his own mother, a Holocaust survivor, revealed to her family that she now believed in Jesus, he decided to prove her wrong. In the Day of Discovery presentation My Search for Messiah, Michael recounts how his…

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.”

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