Pat and Tammy McLeod remember the day their son, Zach, was injured in a high school scrimmage. Zach underwent emergency brain surgery, but continued to have setbacks. The McLeods tell of God's nearness as Zach's life and theirs.
Crawford and Karen Loritts, Emerson Eggerichs, Laura Taggart, and Paul David Tripp coach couples on how to walk through stress in marriage in a way that strengthens your relationship.
Most grief is not processed in a neat little package of five steps. Ron Deal and Abigail Dodds each talk about processing different kinds of grief. They maintain that all grief should be processed--not avoided--in order to heal properly.
Ryan and Selena Frederick talk about their early years of marriage when they worked overseas to fulfill Selena's dream--until Ryan's health took a turn for the worse. Ryan tells how open heart surgery changed his perspective on life and tested his marriage.
Kyle Idleman is convinced that what most people need to hear are the words, "Don't give up." Time and again in Scripture we see believers persevering in the face of trials, and Idleman reminds us that we can too.
Michele Cushatt has experienced divorce, blended family life, adoption, and is a three time cancer survivor. In this episode Michele and Ron discuss the unexpected journey of her life and the hard work of parenting hurting kids.
Cameron Cole seemed to be one of those lucky few who actually achieved the dream of a life free of trouble. But in one day Cameron's illusion of charmed perfection was shattered by four shocking words: "Our son is dead."
Kate Clark looks back on the freak playground accident that doctors said would leave her in a wheelchair permanently. Kate tells how she wrestled with a deep grief, and shares how her injury still affects her to this day.
For Kate Clark and her family, what started as a lovely day, soon turned into a tragic playground accident that left her paralyzed from the waist down. Kate and her family boldly prayed to God for a miracle, and then watched God move.
Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife, Heather, talk about the realities of deployment. Dr. David Evans and his wife, Esther, tell how they first heard about the Turners and what motivated them to turn their story into a movie.
In the game of "Life" you never know what you'll roll, nor where you'll end up. So describes the lives of Scott and Sherry Jennings, Kim De Blecourt, Robertson McQuilkin, and Chuck Colson.