See how the ministry of TBN is changing the hearts of viewers from all walks of life, reaching the broken and the lost and inspiring believers across the nation to embrace their God-given purpose.;#=#;
Gabrielle Burton lost her way and looked for love in all the wrong places. After a broken jaw from an abusive relationship and struggling with addiction, she cried out to God on Mother’s Day.
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In the midst of an addiction to drugs, gangs, and night life, Eddie Cuff hears a call from God to preach the gospel. One day, while watching Jan Crouch on TBN, this calling is confirmed and Eddie Cuff turns his life around.
Tired of living the Christian life, Matthew Bismark ran away to Miami where he started partying and smoking dope. One Sunday night he picked up the remote control and came face to face with something he never expected on his television.
Soraida Lopez found herself as a single mother after her husband left her. Suicidal thoughts consumed her, thereafter, as the struggles of life began to overwhelm her. While flipping through the television channels, she came across TBN and discovered peace.
Maubrey Destined thought he could achieve a dream life through selling drugs. However, after being arrested for drug possession he was looking at serving 60 years in prison. During this time, he discovered a new dream through a new hope in Christ.
Not far from the Hollywood sign is downtown Los Angeles where thousands of people live every day who are homeless. These runaway street kids, families, women and children, pimps and pushers are the people who have become Matthew’s cause.
“One of you is wrestling with a spirit of depression,” are the words Vivian Lewis heard from Jan Crouch, while watching TBN. In a moment of suicidal thoughts, she cried out to God and felt a massive spiritual battle for her life above her.
He never expected it to happen. All he was doing was crossing the street to get a pack of cigarettes when his life changed forever. Ansley Madrigal had to learn to walk, to think, and to trust all over again