First he was the victim—then he was the perpetrator. How could Dillon’s childhood of pain lead to anything but more brokenness?
For years, the last thing Michelle wanted was transparency. She had way too much to hide. What would happen when God brought her secrets to light?
Christ Church New Bern realized they could do more for Angel Tree Kids in their area. First came Camp Hope. But God wasn't finished.
Early abuse in Chanda's life gave way to self-destructive behavior and unrelenting loss. Could anyone redeem her from such brokenness?
At an Angel Tree sports camp, two mothers forged an unexpected friendship ordained by God: “She was the reason I was there that day.”
Second Baytown Church faithfully serves Angel Tree families at Christmastime. What happens when God nudges them to do more?
It looked like COVID-19 would shut down a brand-new Academy. With so much at stake, would it be possible to get back on track?
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Joe Avila has met celebrities and helped start programs that reach thousands. But as he nears retirement, he says his greatest achievement is simple.
DelTon grew up with a dad in prison. He couldn’t stay out of trouble, but thanks to Angel Tree camping, his anger would not define him.
Former bank robber Jesse Wiese thought grit, hard work, and integrity would be enough to open doors after his release from prison. He was wrong.