Businessman Gary Ringger and his wife, Marla, reflect on how they took Gary's dad's business and, with God's help, built a thriving food business. Hear how Gary realized that God was the real CEO, and how he carried out plans as God led.
Anthony Thompson's wife, Myra, was one of nine victims shot and killed on June 17, 2015 at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC. It's only through the gospel that he was able to face his wife's killer with forgiveness and not hatred.
Matt and Glenna Bevin had a heart for adoption, but with five children in the home, the State of Kentucky said "no" on a sixth child. Hear how the Bevins' passionate quest to adopt landed them in the governor's mansion of Kentucky.
Steve Robinson, author of "Covert Cows," a book about his 30+ year career working as the chief marketing officer for Chick-fil-A, talks about the secret sauce of the company's success - the people who work there. Robinson explains how he has learned to a good husband and father.
Steve Robinson reflects on his long-time history with Chick-fil-A, and the core values of the Cathy family that have kept the family business thriving. Find out what distinguishes Chick-fil-A from all the other fast food restaurants.
Steve and Holly Crain's greatest passion is ministering to single adults in their home church. They give some of the reasons singles fear marriage, and some of the mistakes singles make along their dating journey.
Some of the greatest lessons of life come through parenting. Michael and Sharon Dennehy, the parents of 12 children, nine of whom are adopted, have spent much time in life's classroom and reflect on what adoption has taught them.
Adoption has its challenges. Michael and Sharon Dennehy, known as the "United Nations couple" due to the number of international adoptions they've pursued, talk about the challenges and realities of adopting children with special needs.
Have you ever considered adoption? Michael and Sharon talk about the incredible family God designed for them, which includes 12 children, nine of whom are adopted and many of whom have special needs.
Emma Jenkins and Jordan Whitmer are emerging from Generation Z, and have a passion for reaching their generation for Christ. Hear what they are doing with and for their peers, for the sake of the gospel.