John and Donna Bishop recount God's goodness even after John's memory was erased.
John Bishop's memory loss couldn't change the way he and his wife, Donna, love.
John Bishop's memory was erased by illness. Hear about his courageous journey back!
A suicide attempt left her without legs.
She should have died, but she was alive.
On the outside she looked like a typical teen.
Jennifer Rothschild thought college would give her freedom from the restrictions of her recent loss of sight.
When teenager Jennifer Rothschild started having trouble seeing, she thought she needed new glasses; she was shocked to discover she would need to adapt to life as a woman permanently blind.
Some losses are temporary. Others are permanent.
Do you believe in God’s goodness even when bad things happen?
What can we learn from those who have disabilities?
What does it mean to trust God in all circumstances?
Where do you turn when all hope seems gone?
Sometimes the unimaginable happens.
Who can measure the power of a life?
When life and death are at stake, where do you turn for answers?
Molly, born with a rare brain disorder, demanded constant care just to stay alive.
Where is God when it hurts?
Are the brokenhearted near the Lord?
Where is God when we suffer?
All marriages have their struggles, but when a spouse becomes seriously ill, it can take a toll on the marriage.
When Charlie and Lucy vowed "'til death do us part," neither one imagined what God had in store for them.
What does it mean to grieve the loss of a loved one?
Death visited the Taylor household unexpectedly one morning in the spring of 1979.
Today on the broadcast, David Cox, a marriage and family counselor, talks honestly about his father's suicide.
Today on the broadcast, Dennis Rainey talks with well-known speaker and author, Joni Eareckson Tada, and her husband of 25 years, Ken.