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 as they share their stories.
Katie Davis Majors talks about the lives of the people she's served while in Uganda. She also tells the story of how her husband, Benji, proposed and how her daughters were able to witness it.
Author Katie Davis Majors, a wife and mother of 14, talks about the realities of living and serving as a missionary in Uganda.
Katie Davis Majors was 18 years old when she went to Uganda for the first time. By age 23, she had become the mother to 13 adopted daughters. Majors tells how God surprised her with her husband, Benji.
Jay and Katherine Wolf share their love story. After four years of happily-ever-after, Katherine, a model, endured a massive stroke. Katherine and Jay share what God is teaching them.
Katherine Wolf, joined by her husband, Jay, talks about the massive brainstem stroke she miraculously survived just months after giving birth to their son.
Before he was an award winning singer-songwriter, Steven Curtis Chapman was just another struggling artist.
Sickness and other crises brought financial distress to Susie Larson and her husband.
A high-risk pregnancy and Lyme Disease were burdens Susie Larson and her husband had to carry for each other during different seasons of their marriage.