Cathy grew up thinking the Bible was simply too difficult for the average person to truly understand. That confusion kept God at arm’s length. What would it take to make a breakthrough to Cathy’s heart? Discover how the patient love of others brought out the simplicity and richness of the Scriptures that led Cathy to Christ.
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Albert’s desire to reach others with the gospel of Jesus Christ led him to leave his homeland of Zimbabwe to study at a Christian college in the U.S. Even though he had little funding and no clear plan of how his dream would be fulfilled, he stepped out in faith to see God provide in an amazing way.
Like any parent, Jan had hopes and dreams for her daughter Cheri’s future. But when Cheri entered college, she moved farther and farther away from her relationship with God. Hear one parent’s story of faith as her prodigal daughter searched to find her way home.
When Melody’s twenty-year-old daughter died instantly in a car accident, the only thought that brought her comfort was that her little girl was now with Jesus. Don’t miss hearing how Melody learned to trust God in the midst of overwhelming tragedy.
We would like to thank KTIS Radio in St. Paul, Minnesota, for partnering with us on this week’s story.
For many people, especially adults, it takes a serious wake-up call to turn their life over to Jesus Christ. For Christopher, it was a near collision with a Navy ship when his life was graciously spared. Christopher’s dramatic story of salvation will encourage you to “get real” with God, wherever you are in your spiritual journey.
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If you, or a loved one, have suffered from an abusive relationship, you know the self-doubt it brings. Physical, verbal, and emotional abuse had affected Marie’s self-esteem so much, she actually . . .
The world has convinced many people that their self-worth is defined by physical appearance. God gave Jennifer a new identity in Jesus Christ and His Word helped her realize . . .
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 . . .