Kathy grew up in Hungary, a country brutalized under Communist rule. After fleeing to the United States in 1956, she found freedom from oppression. But it wasn’t long before Kathy fell victim to another form of captivity . . .
He gets down on one knee, they go to church and say “I do,” and they live happily ever after, right? Unfortunately, not all marriages end up as happy as they start out . . .
As followers of God, we know in our heads we’re supposed to trust in God in all circumstances. But when tough times come, does that head knowledge make its way . . .
Without the hope of Christ, life can be so overwhelming, even bringing someone to the point of despair. That’s how James felt when he landed himself in prison one more time . . .
Think you’re past the point of forgiveness? Well, Sylvie spent most of his life selling drugs and taking heroin to hide his pain. In and out of prison, multiple near-death experiences . . .
For many people, it takes a serious wake-up call to turn their life over to Jesus Christ. As a member of the U.S. Coast Guard, for Christopher it was a near collision . . .
Anger, resentment, and bitterness . . . John had a mass of tangled emotions inside him from his difficult youth. No matter how hard he tried not to, he still ended up lashing out . . .
The freedom of religion we experience in the United States is something many of us take for granted. For Voloyda, living out his faith in a country in Central Asia, meant sharing the gospel in secret, away from the retribution of the government.