Enduring It Well
82: Overcoming Anorexia and Bulimia
Stacie Grover Oyler shares her experience of dealing with anorexia and bulimia. She expresses how her Heavenly Father's love helped her overcome her struggles.
81: Life and Limbs
After losing her leg Jill Wilkinson learned to ski again and earned a spot on the US Paralympic Ski Team. This courageous woman opens her heart and talks of the challenges that knocked her down and how she was able to get back up again.
78: Despair Endured
Scott and Emily Mugleston discuss their trials with infertility, cancer and depression.
77: Lessons Learned in Life - President Thomas S. Monson
This episode is dedicated to "I Will Not Fail Thee, nor Forsake Thee," President Thomas S. Monson's profound Sunday morning address from the October 2013 general conference. The prophet's counsel, along with comments and insights from past guests of...
76: Accidental Prescription Overdose
The pharmacy accidentally gave Jessie Scott the wrong dosage, putting him into a coma for 72 days. Today he still suffers from side effects, but he remains positive and happy. Jessie's parents, Wayne and Laurie, tell his story.
75: Overcoming Pornography
Jake Scott explains how he overcame a pornography addiction with the help of the Addiction Recovery Program and his supportive wife, Polly.
74: Divided by Prison Walls
Guests speak about the suffering associated with raising a child that chooses to live a life of crime.
73: Haiti Earthquake Endured
The earthquake in Haiti in 2010 affected many families, including Jeremy and Hollie Wardle. They were in the process of adopting a Haitian child when the earthquake occurred. Jeremy flew to Haiti to find their new daughter, while helping other orphans...
72: Blindness Endured - Marianne Fisher
Despite facing the challenges associated with blindness, Marianne has flourished in the light of the gospel.
71: Cancer Selflessly Endured - Part 2
A grieving family looks to the Atonement to help them through the death of their teenage son.
70: Cancer Selflessly Endured - Part 1
A teenager diagnosed with rare cancer still finds ways to help others.
69: Life in a Wheelchair - Mark Christiansen
Discover how Mark's faith and trust turned his life of disappointment into one of fulfillment. Mark shares how spiritual traits can be developed and peace can be found during trial, if we are humble and submissive. At age 16, Mark Christiansen, like...
68: Surviving the Fire - Kerry Chlarson
In 1986 everything in Kerry Chlarson's world seemed to be going right. He was a young husband, new father and successful marine. One day his life took a traumatic turn for the worst when he was involved in a fiery crash that burned over 50 percent of...
67: Traumatic Brain Injury - Michael Hancey
A sledding activity turned tragic when 16 year old Michael Hancey of Littleton, Colorado lost control of his snow tube and slammed into a rock. Suffering from severe brain damage, Michael clinged to life for many days in the hospital. Michael and his...
66: Columbine - Whisperings of the Spirit
Scott and Cindy Johnson and Wade and Ann Hancey join host W. A. Christensen to share their story and experiences with the tragic Columbine High School shootings. Their children attended Columbine and demonstrated heroic efforts during the conflict....
65: Lia Clark - A Silent Hero - Part 2
In part two of “A Silent Hero,” host W. A. Christensen interviews Lia Clark, the “miracle child” of Calvin and Cheryl Clark spoken of in part one. After Calvin Clark was electrocuted in the line of duty, Lia’s mother remarried and although the...
64: Cheryl Clark Monk - A Silent Hero - Part 1
Cheryl Clark Monk tells the story of how she lost her husband to a tragic electrocution accident while he was on duty as a fireman. The teachings of the gospel of Jesus Christ helped her through the tough time and continually remind her that families...
63: Every Life Matters - Amanda de Lange
After graduating from BYU, Amanda de Lange taught English in China. There she saw a need to help orphans. She began an orphanage program, including "the Starfish orphanage," which focused on the importance of each individual and how, just like the...
62: Rescue Me From Danger - Natalie White
Natalie White, an exemplary young woman, joins host W. A. Christensen to talk about her trial of having a hole in her heart and the new outlook on life that she gained after living through open-heart surgery. Even before finding out about her heart...
61: Compassion Upon You - Shauna Ewing-Stimson - Part 2
In part two of this discussion Shauna continues to describe the demands on caregivers and make suggestions of how to survive the trial of caring for afflicted loved ones.
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