Jeanhee found her way out of a poverty-stricken childhood and worked her way to becoming a business woman. But tragedy showed her the joy she lacked.
After his brother murdered their mother and abusive father, Wayne’s addictions grew worse. But then an encounter at a bus stop changed everything.
In high school, Darrick discovered how much money he could make selling drugs. When he couldn’t keep up with his own addiction, he begged for a way out.
Aleacha began practicing witchcraft at age 13. She made a name for herself reading fortunes until one night a dark encounter left her clinging to her childhood faith.?
Josh knew he had to leave his girlfriend. Ashley knew God had someone better for her. They obeyed, and then God brought them together.
Geoff grew up in the church and was baptized, but when he grew up he chose another path.
Jeremy and Dawn’s routine marriage left Dawn searching for attention in a co-worker. Though short-lived, Dawn had to confess.
Tiffany looked for love in all the wrong places. Then she had a rude awakening and saw the woman she had become.
At 14, Damien was kicked to the streets, joined a gang, and started dealing drugs. At 16, he faced prison but his judge had a different idea.
Mindy wanted a good life for herself and her kids, but drugs and exotic dancing had her trapped.
After her father’s suicide, Tara turned to drugs. Losing custody of her children and multiple trips to jail pushed her to her breaking point.?
Roy faced 80 years in prison for his crimes. While there, he wanted to understand the Bible, but there was a problem—Roy couldn’t read.
Isela turned to the occult to get relief from the oppression in her life. But when her daughter began to suffer too, she knew she needed something stronger.
After his powerful political father falls from grace, Andrew descends into the abyss of drugs, alcohol, and self-destruction.
Dave yearned for his father’s approval, and followed his example of drug addiction. At rock bottom, Dave found the love he was looking for.
Abbas served as an interpreter for U.S. Forces. When tragedy struck, he yearned for his life to change.
Drugs helped Niki escape her pain, but they also ruled her life. After landing in jail, everything changed.
Brian’s college basketball dreams were dashed by poor grades in school. Then a drunk driving accident left him paralyzed. Through the challenges, he was able to discover renewed hope.
“Powerful testimony!” Admin Annie’s involvement with the occult got her attention, but not friends. When she finally fell in love with a man, he confronted her about witchcraft.
Diane Lake was the youngest follower of Charles Manson’s “Family.” She opens up about the horror of his cult and how prison led to her salvation.
Eric was responsible for the accident that killed his best friend. He fell into depression and substance abuse for 16 years, and couldn’t escape his guilt on his own.
After 30 years of addiction and losing custody of her kids, Rhonda landed a 10-year prison sentence and got more than she bargained for.
Cocaine and alcohol ruined any chance Willie had to be a good father. He landed in prison, and had a dream that changed his life.
Alton threw away a promising football career when drugs overtook his life. But during a moment of clarity in an unexpected place, his life changed forever.
Chris Harris, Jr. is a three-time Pro Bowl defender and Super Bowl Champion who’s outspoken and demonstrative in his Christianity.
Ashley only ever wanted her father’s love, but never got it. She chased boys and drugs until she found the love she truly needed.
Doug’s grief over his mother’s death sent him down a 30-year road of addiction and homelessness. But after an encounter in a bookstore, he was able to start a new chapter in his life.