True stories of those who have been through hell but kept moving forward. Stories that inspire faith, hope and courage. Stories from average, ordinary, everyday people with extraordinary strength.
Raised in a household of faith and good values, Bryce was taught to be kind and to protect those who couldn't protect themselves. But what happens when the hero becomes the victim? In an act of outreach and kindness to an outcast in the group, Bryce found himself powerless to protect himself from a predator. In this episode, Bryce opens up about sexual abuse, addiction to porn, the chains of bad decisions that followed him into his church mission and even his eventual marriage to his sweet wife. Bryce shares how love, faith, boundaries, persistence and a lot of patience truly saved his life.
Allison & Ryan
Allison & Ryan have a beautiful family with 7 children. In this episode, they share the love and joy of the life of their oldest son Jefferson as well as the heartache of his untimely death at the young age of 17. Come to understand why Allison can say; "Death is not the worst thing".
Sheila shares her struggles with Infertility, Invitro, adoption, and a near-death experience that complicated things from the start.
Holly and Wade were a happy couple of 25 years. They were the proud parents of 3 wonderful children. One of their favorite past times was racing their boat out on the water. They loved their life as a family. Then one day, their world changed in the blink of an eye. Listen to Holly as she shares her story of losing Wade and how the family still finds happiness and peace today.
While riding his bike in Southern California, an unusual accident sent Adam into a coma for 6 weeks. He spent the next 2 years learning to walk and talk again. But his path to recovery was just beginning.
Not all trauma is a single event thrust upon us. Sometimes trauma is self inflicted. And sometimes it happens slowly over time through small, seemingly inconsequential choices. Follow along as Heather recounts her story of how she became addicted to pain pills and how after many years of struggle, she finally freed herself from their relentless grasp. And though she is thriving and well today, she has learned that even a recovering addict must forever be cautious of the enticements from the past.
All of the stories shared so far give such a unique glimpse into the lives and struggles of others. It truly makes you be kinder to those around you, because you never know what others may be going through.
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