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Marvin Gaye

The Gospel and Marvin Gaye

Injustice moved the Motown artist to write “What’s Going On?” and activate his generation. Shouldn’t the church be doing the same?

Bishop W.C. and Donna Martin

Miracle in Possum Trot

In a tiny Texas town, Bishop W.C. and Donna Martin adopted four children. Their sacrifice triggered an avalanche of love that touched more than 70 orphans.
Steven and Mary Beth Chapman

Beauty From Ashes

God is turning sorrow to joy in China through Maria’s Big House of Hope.

Stop Child Slavery Now

Stop Child Slavery Now

The horror of child sex trafficking has grown to be almost as big as the global drug trade. But the abusers can be stopped if enough of us act now.

Everyday Abolitionists

All these people have full-time jobs in other professions, but they’re using their God-given gifts to make a difference and help stop the traffic.

America's Ugliest Crime

America's Ugliest Crime

Charles J. Powell went undercover in three U.S. cities to investigate human trafficking—and his results were astounding.

Nancy Alcorn

An Angel of Mercy

Nancy Alcorn, founder of Mercy Ministries, leads a one-woman crusade to help abused, addicted and pregnant girls find hope.

The Boy Who Barked

Abandoned by his Russian mother at 18 months, Vita lived like an animal. Dogs were his only company--until an amazing Christian couple in Moscow rescued him.

The Day Slavery Died

Tow hundred years ago, statesman William Wilberforce convinced England to end the slave trade. A new film, Amazing Grace, celebrates his legacy.

A Green Thumb for God

What could a busy housewife do to help the poor? Dian Roberson rolled up her sleeves and planted a vegetable garden that feeds hundreds in Idaho.

A Generous Soul in Chicago

Eddie R. Martin, a 75-year-old pastor with a small congregation and no salary, has fed more than 100 people a week for the last five years.

Comfort The Little Ones

Bob and Joan Nast have turned a run-down ranch in South Florida into a haven for terminally ill children and their families

New York's Homeless Pastor

Since 1987, Diane Dunne has fed, clothed and cared for her homeless flock while churches in the city ignored her work.

Lamont O'Neil

A Devil-Stomper In Brooklyn

In Brooklyn Lamont O'Neil has taken at-risk youth off the streets by teaching them to dance for God. 

An Angel of Mercy In the Desert

She's 87, but her age hasn't stopped Agnes Numer from feeding the world's poor from her makeshift ministry base in rural California.

Indianapolis' Inner-City Innovator

With his unique educational program, Kenneth Sullivan is helping troubled kids find a way out of poverty and crime in a neighborhood known for drive-by shootings and drug deals. 

God's Beacon of Hope In Houston

Bob Ferguson started a treatment program six years ago that has helped countless addicts kick harmful habits.

How One Woman Challenged Oppression

Maria Sliwa, a controversial ex-cop from New York City, has a new crime beat. She's calling the United States government to get tough on countries that persecute Christians.
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