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When Erin was growing up, home was never a safe place for her. She was physically, mentally, and sexually abused by the person who was supposed to protect and take care of her. God’s grace helped Erin to find the resources to begin healing.4:50
Have you ever felt the burden of grief or shame? Or the feelings of despair and hopelessness that come from making poor choices? Kelly did. She was lost. She was a drug addict, a prostitute, and she was unable to care for her children.6:25
Michael had received answers before. He knew they would come, but he felt nothing. It was the first time in his life the heavens felt shut. His prayers couldn’t get past the ceiling. Michael begged God to talk to him.7:06
Rebeca’s world came crashing down when, after nine years of marriage in the same faith, her husband Brandon said he no longer believed in God. Fear dominated her thoughts. Would her husband abandon his values? Would he find happiness elsewhere?5:30
“Drugs just bring on so much trauma in your family, well before you lose that loved one. It’s just ugly and it scars you,” says Shauna, whose son began experimenting with drugs at just 13 years old.5:05
For 12 years she had been friends with the man who would become her husband. They loved each other and felt good about getting married. As the stresses of life wore on them over time, though, their marriage crumbled.4:20
Bryan’s daughter Holland had just turned 3 years old when doctors discovered a tumor the size of a golf ball in her brain. The events that followed challenged Bryan’s faith in God like nothing before.6:08