GPS: God.People.Stories

  • ‘I Was Ready to Kill Myself and My Daughter’

    Posted Date: October 31, 2018

    Cat Sharpe’s life and marriage were in shambles. Depression made Cat consider ending her and her two-year-old daughter’s lives. But Cat found hope, and a reason to live, when she was reminded that Jesus loves her. Hear Cat’s story on this episode of GPS: God. People. Stories.
  • Finding Christ After Near-Fatal Car Crash

    Posted Date: October 24, 2018

    “This is changing everything for me. My life is never gonna be the same.” Jeff Huxford almost died when his head went through a window and hit a concrete pole during a car accident. His traumatic brain injury changed him in ways he never expected. Jeff describes the aftermath of the accident, adjusting to his new normal, and how he renewed his relationship with Jesus on this episode of GPS: God. People. Stories. Featuring music from Phil Wickham.
  • ‘Not Only Was I Polluted… I Polluted Others’—NYC Nightclub Promoter Radically Changed by God

    Posted Date: October 17, 2018

    Scott Harrison was living an all-out hedonistic lifestyle until God opened his eyes to the emptiness of his pursuits. Now, instead of promoting New York City nightclubs, Scott works to provide clean drinking water for the world’s poorest people. “My life is unrecognizable from the guy doing cocaine at four in the morning in a nightclub.” Listen to Scott tell the story of how God changed his heart on this episode of GPS: God. People. Stories. Featuring the music of Newsboys.
  • Orphan Learns About the Love of Jesus: ‘I Thought It Was a Fairytale’

    Posted Date: October 10, 2018

    “There was no love … there was no hope.” As an orphan in the former Soviet Union, Elena Hagemeier felt unwanted, unloved and ashamed. Little did she know how much God loved her. On this episode of GPS, Elena shares about her adoption into an American family and into God’s family. Featuring music by Sara Groves.
  • Abandoned by Drug-Addicted Parents, Nathan Discovers Love of Heavenly Father

    Posted Date: October 3, 2018

    Singer-songwriter Nathan Sheridan talks about God healing the pain of his past. That pain includes being abandoned by his parents and the death of his sister. “It’s time for healing, it’s time to let the past go.”