Calvina skipped a night of sleep so her boys to play football with other kids in their situation. She had no idea that God would minister to her, too.
Hector tithed on the money he was making from his drug deals, believing that was enough. But God was after more than just Hector’s money.
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, Raul lived a life of crime. When he got caught, he faced 57 felonies. But God had a greater purpose waiting for him in jail.
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?
Maurice isn’t just breaking the cycle of crime for his family. He’s showing others how to end destructive cycles in their own lives.
When it comes to facing adverse childhood experiences, Suzanna Jacobson doesn’t shy away. What happens when summer camp gets real about pain?
Marjorie served as a TUMI instructor at Soledad State Prison from 2014 until she was diagnosed with cancer. Yet her impact continued.
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.
The death of his father pushed Hector over the edge. But just when he had lost everything, he found new life in God's service.
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.”
Destiny’s journey started out with resentment. What changed during her 10 years as an Angel Tree kid?
Second Baytown Church faithfully serves Angel Tree families at Christmastime. What happens when God nudges them to do more?
Todd Pierce uses his skills to bridle, bit, and saddle unbroken young horses at Hope Events for incarcerated people on prison yards nationwide.
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