How can Jennifer Greenberg, a trained opera singer, still sing and find joy despite growing up with a father who was abusive? Hear the source of Jennifer's defiant belief in a God who never leaves nor forsakes you.
Pamela Ronzheimer, joined by her husband Bill, didn't realize she had scar tissue on her soul from past sexual abuse until she started sharing her pain with Bill and others. Pamela tells how their once happy marriage became hell on earth.
Esther Fleece Allen recalls the pain of being abandoned by both her father and mother when she was young. She tells how God breathed new life into her broken spirit, and later prepared her for her new name and role as a wife.
Abandoned by her abusive father when she was young, and her mother several years later, author Esther Fleece Allen only began to understand what a real, godly family looked like after being taken in by a family at her church.
Kim Anthony talks with human trafficking expert Rebecca Bender. Bender fell into prostitution through the encouragement of her boyfriend who was a trafficker, and explains how she turned to drugs and eventually overdosed. Bender tells how she eventually escaped.
Dr. René Rochester and her best friend committed to each other they would get yearly mammograms. The year she almost missed it, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Dr. Rochester discusses how God sustained her.
Sarah Mae thought moving in with her with her "cool mom" was going to be great, until she had to live with her verbal abuse. And when Sarah became pregnant as a teen she chose abortion when encouraged by both grandmothers. But through the shame and sadness, God's love still pursued Sarah.
Author Albert Hsu talks about how people search for answers after experiencing a suicide. Hsu shares about the pitfalls of remembrance, the importance of talking about depression, and to help people know that they are not alone.