“My grandma had enough faith to make that decision that abortion was not going to be an option for her and her 15-year-old daughter.” Listen as Christian artist Jason Lovins shares his story of coming into this world, despite being a product of rape, and how a mother’s decision not to have an abortion can lead to much more than one could ever imagine.
Audrey Meisner felt like she had “blown up” her whole family after she had an affair and became pregnant. Her husband Bob, a pastor, knew he had to forgive her. Together, they hoped God would rescue their family.
Kristin Wright works as an advocate for persecuted Christians, traveling to places like Iraq and Nigeria to hear and share their stories. “It’s just so important for Christians around the world to be remembering those who face persecution, to be praying for them, to be advocating for them and speaking up for them.”
Chris Llewellyn was on his way to being a professional rugby player, but an injury helped him discover his true identity in Christ. Today Chris sings lead vocals for the Christian band Rend Collective. Listen as he shares his journey of faith.
In 1970, Mitch Glaser was doing drugs and living the hippie lifestyle in San Francisco. Today, he lives to tell Jewish people around the world about a saving faith in Jesus Christ. How did Mitch go from one extreme to the other? Find out as he shares his story on this Christmas episode of GPS.
Comedian Chonda Pierce embraces God’s gift of joyful laughter as she works through a life of heartache and loss. “When the Christian bookstore world … says, ‘We’d like you to do a Bible Study about your life based on the book of Job,’ what’s that tell you about life?”
Roger Gouge and his family know it’s a miracle they were safely rescued after spending 20 hours adrift in the ocean. Since the rescue, Roger has taken every opportunity possible to share his story and give the glory to Jesus Christ.
Singer-songwriter Christy Nockels was hesitant when she felt God calling her away from a life of touring in the Christian band Watermark. But when Christy followed that call, she discovered something: “There can be just as much contentment and joy right here taking care of your home… and at that time, honestly, that was more joy than I had experienced in years of being on the road.”
Tim Terry killed his wife, abused drugs, and was extremely angry at God. While in prison, though, Tim discovered that no one is beyond the forgiveness offered by Jesus Christ. Now out of prison, Tim has dedicated his life to help inmates come to faith in God and learn how to live a new life when they re-enter society. Listen to Tim tell his amazing story of redemption and grace.
As a firefighter living in the Gulf Coast, Craig Peyton saw the damage of Hurricane Katrina firsthand. His faith in Christ was shaken—but not destroyed. “Even though a lot of bad happened, God was still there in the midst of it.” Craig shares his story on this episode of our weekly podcast.