He was raised attending a church. But what happened? How did he end up addicted to heroin, and a thief to pay for his addiction. His friends did drugs, so he did drugs. What is the real life behind the "party scene"? Where does this path of "pleasure" end? Almost dying from his addiction, he lost hope and thought that this was how he would die as an addict. But one day, he cried out to Jesus Christ and repented of his sins. Now he has a new Life in Him.
Her parents divorced when she was young, and she found herself alone. She was a child of an affair, and she felt that she wasn't good enough for her mom or dad. So she found a family that told her that she was ok, but that family also introduced her to drugs at age 11. She was addicted at such a young age, and for most of her life she had nothing. While living in a friend's basement with a bare concrete floor and just a mattress, a former drug friend told her about the love of Jesus and how He had changed his life.
Meet Trina Olson: from a miraculous suicide intervention from God, to finding purpose and starting a ministry that helps others fulfill their vision in their own neighborhoods.
Is there forgiveness for having an abortion? Listen now to here the answer. Scott Perry and his girlfriend decided to have an abortion when they were younger, but realized the weight of his decision when he got older and had another child.
Trina Olson, who was on our previous show, who felt like she had so many bad things that happened in her life, so she attempted suicide.
Blake Riccard who wanted to end his life because he couldn't find acceptance anywhere and didn't know his purpose.
What can we do to get acceptance from God?
Later in the show, you will hear from Ryan Rampton, who lived his life following religious laws and rituals, and never felt enough for God.
If you died and had a chance to come back, would you?
Later in the show, you will hear from Ryan Rampton, who was on our previous show, who grew up never feeling enough for God, until he died and had the choice of staying or coming back.
Do you feel like God is unjust? Do you think God hates you because of all you have been through? Desie Escamilla had a very difficult upbringing. In her late teens, she accidentally shot and killed her boyfriend. The guilt drove her into alcohol, drugs, and same-sex relationships.
She tried to escape the pain, but it never left and her suicide attempts failed. Desie told God off one day and to her surprise, He spoke back. Find out what The Lord said and how it humbled her to completely change.