Surviving World War II Growing up during the Great Depression times were tough, but that didn’t suppress a spirited young boy from dreaming about flying airplanes. Ninety-five-old Stanley Abele, a retired Navy Commander and a WWII fighter pilot has seen a lot in his life. But one fateful day in ...Read More →
Surviving The Mountain with olympian and former pro hockey player Eric LeMarque Like many children growing up, Eric LeMarque had hopes of becoming a professional athlete. With the support of his Golden Glove boxer grandfather and his step-dad, combined with his natural athletic ability, he was able to make his dreams a ...Read More →
No Greater Love is the first theatrical documentary filmed on location by an active duty military officer. Chaplain Justin Roberts, who produced the film, served in the 101st Airborne in the Korengal Valley of Afghanistan – one of the most embedded strongholds of the Taliban. Chaplain Roberts is known by ...Read More →
The Prayer on the Battlefield. A Father's View of His Son's Life-Altering Attack All families face challenges whether they be physical, emotional or financial. An additional layer is added to families of American warriors wounded in action. Such families often find themselves searching for answers where little response is given. ...Read More →
Morgan Ervin is a firm believer that the shortest distance between two people is a good story. Maybe this is because he has quite a story to tell. At nineteen years old, after a week-long drinking and drug binge, Ervin found himself on his knees in an employee bathroom at ...Read More →
Set Free from a Life Sentence fora Crime He Didn’t Commit Gene McGuire Reflects on 35 Years in Prison Sentenced to life without parole. A situation 17-year-old Gene McGuire never imagined he’d find himself in. Yet for this high school sophomore from Pennsylvania, his entire life changed in one eventful night ...Read More →
With A New Foundation Air Force Pilot Christy Wise Is Standing Strong Filled with a propensity for adventure, Christy Wise was always on the go. After all, she grew up in an athletic family with her twin sister, Jessica, both competitive athletes, and her brother David, who went on to become an ...Read More →
Messengers of Hope Katherine & Jay Wolf Katherine and Jay Wolf were college sweethearts. They moved to California to pursue their dreams. Jay was finishing law school at Pepperdine and Katherine was pursuing a career in the entertainment industry; they had just welcomed a new baby and then the unthinkable ...Read More →
The Incredible Story that Brought Them Together, Lisa Fenn, Dartanyon Crockett, and Leroy Sutton Lisa Fenn grew up on what people might say was the right side of the tracks in Cleveland, Ohio. She lived just eight miles from where Dartanyon Crockett and Leroy Sutton attended one of the worst ...Read More →
Escaping The Deception of Polygamy Meet Mormon Fundamentalist Refugee Reality television shows like Sister Wives, or My Five Wives glamorize polygamy. These shows portray a harmonious family life encouraging audiences to accept their adulterous lifestyle through normalization. Another show, Escaping Polygamy, exposes the reality of the emotional, spiritual and sometimes physical ...Read More →
American Idol Finalist Mandisa
Mandisa Written by Kelli Gillespie Mandisa Lynn Hundley, known professionally as Mandisa, captured the hearts...
Inspired by Film’s Hopeful Message Sam Worthington Embraces Role in The Shack If you could talk to...