Award-winning filmmaker, Jason Jones, came to know Christ after he "was defenseless to save my child from violence" (of abortion). Often advocating for vulnerable women, he has become a defender of overlooked and persecuted persons in his life and art.
Brilliant historian, William Federer, studies the rise and fall of civilizations. He often speaks of the unique American Experiment and how we can rediscover wisdom and strength.
After losing three sisters to drugs, and feeling other pains of the secular city, Beverly sought wisdom from God. She now leads other women into healing, grace and new hope for living!
Ellen Grigsby is known for her deep kindness and joy as she works with Open Doors USA and comes alongside those who are suffering. Here is a bit of her own journey.
Brilliant and cheerful Pastor Carlton Smith shows us the way out of the “pit” of slavery and injustice. “Jesus, David, Paul, Moses … it happened to all of them. We’re all broken, and God can use our brokenness and sinfulness … for good.” What life-changing insight for the 21st century. [...]
Foster Friess, wise American philanthropist, often comes alongside suffering with cheer, kindness and solutions. “In my thirties, I wasn’t the neatest guy. God’s forgiveness not only gave me a new start in life, but a new life to start. We get to be His hands and feet.” Foster is always learning and growing. [...]
We hope you enjoy our first music video! Trey Lindsley’s song is based in the book of Proverbs, “I am not wise in my own eyes but have sight through Him who is.” Enjoy!
At summer camp and later college, Jeff began to sense his true identity - found only in Christ. A lifelong athlete himself, Jeff Hansel now serves students in southeastern colleges with Athletes in Action. Blooper warning at end ;-)
Nancy and Stu Epperson, co-founders of Salem Communications, and now in their 80s, have found the secret to joy. Their idea of retirement? Encouraging younger people with the Word of God. Nancy has whole chapters of Scripture memorized and … be careful … it can be contagious!
A child of divorce, Trace Thurlby discovered God's fatherly love and now runs the Global Orphan Project.