Instead of sinking into depression and hopelessness, Dr. Feranmi Okanlami made up his mind to do the unthinkable
Chastity Patterson, was left in shock after she received a text from her late father's phone after she constantly messaged him for four years.
By Adi Tobah This could only be God, We hope this testimony gives you hope in spite of the prevailing negative circumstance you might be passing through. Watch her testimony below:
Michaela DePrince had many identities. One of them was “devil’s child” thanks to her vitiligo. Michaela grew up as an orphan in Sierra Leone during the civil war.
Christopher became a promiscuous homosexual and ended up doing the unthinkable. After encountering Jesus Christ at his lowest point, Christopher no longer defines himself by his sexuality.
The doctors concluded (after running his toxicology screen and ruling out drugs) that this horrible event was due to his recent excessive energy drink consumption
Pastor Idemudia Guobadia of Overcomers Deliverance Network had everything going for him but he was not satisfied.
Makhado Ramabulana used to be a true pastor but became a popular false prophet before God restored him.
Ginger Haan tells her story about discovering the secret life that her minister husband had - a homosexual life.
“We are going to destroy the mouth that said no to Islam.” A Muslim man had already thrown acid on Julie Aftab’s face and body, and with these words, his accomplice poured it down her throat.
To lose one parent is almost unbelievable. To have lost both parents is unimaginable What I miss the most is before he was anything else, he was dad. He was dad in my life. People wouldn’t fathom this intellectual icon who they see on stage.
“What, capital murder? Me? I have never harmed anyone. Me? Are you sure?” Graves’ pleas fell on deaf ears, despite the lack of any physical evidence linking him to the crime. Thus, he was accused of killing a family he had never even met.
Former American football player, Tommie Harris, experienced a devastating tragedy when his wife passed away unexpectedly.
The best way to represent Christ and humanity is by putting others before ourselves. These three men in the video below exhibit the true meaning of love, kindness and compassion by caring and sharing their time with a stranger. There is hope for our future. We should all take a leaf from this.
Testimony of how his daughter miraculously survived a ghastly accident that could have easily taken her life
Brett Archibald, was on a surfing trip in Indonesia when he fell overboard in the middle of the night. One man, all alone in the ocean fighting the elements, fending off sharks, battling to keep his sanity as he held on.
In a bizarre turn of the story that only God could script, Adebayo, the Nigerian former Muslim, is shepherding a congregation that consists mostly of homeless people, former homeless people, and a few dedicated helpers who caught on to his vision.
After growing up in painful, abusive and violent conditions, Aaron Stark was on his way to fulfilling his impulse to be a school shooter until a simple act of kindness changed his life forever. He began a decade road to personal recovery and today is a happy family man.
A fascinating testimony of how GOD did a surprising and amazing turnaround in the life of Pastor Tamara Bennett when it seemed like it was over. A must watch.
A California police officer who responded to an emergency call of a homeless pregnant woman has adopted her newborn daughter. It is not everyday you see an officer opening up his heart and hope to someone on the street.
I was born to young and violent parents, both with drug and alcohol addictions. I remember thinking my mother must have loved drugs more than me. My mother was sent to prison when I was four.
Financial literacy isn't a skill -- it's a lifestyle says Curtis Carroll. As an incarcerated individual who has already done 20 years from crimes he committed at the age of 17, Caroll is the definition of true reform. While in prison, he taught himself how to read and trade in stocks hence the nickname "Wall Street."
My name is Scott Thorson. I was born in Chicago, Illinois to a loving mother and father; our family grew with the addition of my brother Robert and my adopted sister, Tina. I had a caring family but I often felt misplaced because my dad was closer to my baby brother and never really showed me much affection.
My name is Rachel Handler and my life changed forever on March 3, 2012. Some may consider me disabled now, but I don’t think the prosthetic limb I wear is a sign of loss. It is a symbol of empowerment and a reminder to overcome fear and embrace life.
My father committed suicide with an overdose of prescription medicine taken in conjunction with alcohol. Alcohol is a depressant that exacerbates suicidal tendencies in those who are prone to such self-destructive acts. I was 16 years old at the time. I was wrongly ashamed of my father's suicide for most of my life. In fact, that feeling of shame is one of the great regrets of my life. With the combination of drugs and alcohol my dad might not have even intended to take his life.
At 80 years old, Ernestine Shepherd is the Guinness World Records’ oldest female bodybuilder. She won her first bodybuilding competition at 71 years old. In the attached video, she shares her inspiring testimony of how faith, prayer, grief, determination and motivation shaped who and what she is today. Her testimony begins at 2:00. Watch and […]
Fueled by the need to be counted among the "cool" kids in school, Wangui Waigwa experimented and became addicted to drugs. Her turning point came in 2012 and the rest is history. Waigwa shares her testimony below.
Mia Austin, 29, suffered a stroke at 21 years old that left her unable to speak and only able to communicate through eye movement and a spelling chart.
Robert Hoge was born in Brisbane, in 1972 to Mary and Vince Hoge. He had a large tumor as big as a newborn baby's fist in the middle of his face, eyes at the side of his head and deformed legs. Initially, his mother rejected him and wished he would die but she later reconciled her feelings about his appearance.
Strive Masiyiwa is recognised as one of the most admirable billionaire philanthropists to ever come out of Africa. He has steadily used his personal family fortune to support and educate more than 40,000 orphans. Born in Zimbabwe on January 29, 1961, Masiyiwa attended primary school in Zambia before completing his secondary education in Scotland. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wales. Masiyiwa, a remarkable business man, is the founder of Econet Wireless