3624 Jack Eisenbaugh (PG) (Substance Abuse, Hopelessness, Church Community) Jack suffers from seizures related to alcoholism. When a serious accident puts him in the hospital for brain surgery, he thinks his life is over. Then, a group meeting shows him that he's not alone, and his life has only just begun.
3623 Dave Pearson Classic (Adversity, Tragedy, Alcoholism) Dave struggled with adversity his entire life: no mother in his life, a drunken father who gave him away to strangers for the weekend, parenting his father while still a child himself, bullying, and the tragic loss of his wife were just some of his troubles. But finding Jesus while seven years old enabled him to face adversity head on and come out triumphant.
Bill Terrell Pt 2 (Addictions, Prison Life, Gangs, Temptation) In and out of prisons for petty crimes, Bill had received Christ while reading the Bible in his cell, but when he was transferred to a prison with a deadly reputation, his faith was challenged and tested. Then when he was finally released from prison, he faced old friends and old temptations. Would he have the strength to believe that God has a plan for every person, no matter what their background? His story continues both in and out of prison in Part Two of The Bill Terrell Story.
3621 Bill Terrell Pt 1 (Fighting, Addictions, Prison) From the young age of 14, Bill was in and out of prisons for petty crimes. Although he was smart and capable, the shackles of addiction, drugs and prison kept him bound until his life was changed completely. Even though he was still in prison, he found a new purpose in life, but could he keep his faith strong enough to help him resist the dangers in one of the deadliest prisons of all?
3620 Jim Warren (Atheism, Divorce, Pride) Jim grew up during the Great Depression and his parents struggled financially. They attended church on and off, and at times, seemed to Jim to be hypocritical. This pushed him away from church and from a young age, he stopped attending. As he grew, so did his vocal atheism. In college, Jim often engaged in church-bashing with friends. He majored in psychology, which led him to work as a school counselor. His first marriage was a self-described train wreck and it wasn't until he was older that Jim met his now-wife, Toni. He married her with the ultimatum that they would never attend or discuss church. But at age 69, Jim heard of Jesus' love through a television preacher and he gave his heart to the Lord. Toni soon followed and they now love church and serve the Lord joyfully.