Find Hope

A bright light entered the room as I lay dying.

Reid

“Mr. Henson, I don’t know what you’ve been doing, but I wish you’d tell me. Your blood is better than mine.

Beating a Cancer Death Sentence

Joe

Joe Fornear lived an active life as a pastor until he was diagnosed with advanced stage four cancer.

From riches to rags to trust.

Bernie Miller

Because of back taxes they took all the money I had in the bank. So I didn’t have anything except for a name and royalties that were also tied up. So I was really having to trust God.

Held at gunpoint by a killer.

Steve and Melinda

"In the most calm voice Melinda said, “Jesus.” She wasn't even looking at us but out toward the station."

Missing at the waterpark. Did my son drown?

Jason

We gave my son a choice to go home or stay on vacation. He said, “I want to stay on vacation.” The whole time we were there people walked up to us saying, “I didn’t realize I would come on vacation and see a miracle. When you...

Life ... or a paycheck?

Bernie R

A lot of people would ask the question; “So tell me when I’m going to die.” What I learned was, that the more important question is; “When are we going to start living?”

Gambled away me and my husband's paychecks.

Catherine

I would put on my clothes and I would tip [toe] out in the middle of the night to go gamble. In a week he would get paid. He would give me money to go buy the groceries. I’d go gamble every bit of it.

During the ‘60s I saw some weird supernatural stuff.

Chuck

I got a hold of some LSD. That was a real turning point in my life. That was like so different for me that it seemed to open up this whole dimension of the spirit realm that I have never really been aware of before. Of course...

God told me to go up a remote gravel road.

Dan L

I Got out of my truck and walked towards the shack. As I stepped up to the door it opened about an inch, and a double barrel shotgun stuck out of the door. At about that time I wondered if God knew what he was doing.

Drove my drunk Dad home at age 12.

Darrell

When I arrived home I asked my brother, “Hey let’s get together. Let’s go out and drink. Dad’s dying. We need to go party.”