Strength

The Story Project - Michelle

At just 12 years of age, doctors found a lump in Michelle's leg and was determined to be a rare form of incurable cancer. But following the Dare To Be event for women with Natalie Grant and Charlotte Gambill, a real miracle happened.

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The Story Project - Joe

Following his wife's death, Joe was looking for a way to move forward. He shares how God led him to to WGTS and become an important part of this family.

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The Story Project - Mark

Some of our most incredible blessings come out of the most difficult circumstances. Mark is a living example of this and shares what gave him hope.

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The Story Project - Sophia

When she was in 4th grade, Sophia was bullied to the point where she endured a severe concussion. But she always looked forward to coming home where she knew she could find comfort because of what she heard on the radio.

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Words of Hope #15 - Glassblowing

Some of the most significant moments that shape us come from a place of pain. It's a lot like the way glass is shaped.

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1-Minute Devotional: Armor

This week, you may be tempted to give into those voices that say you're not good enough, or it's okay just this once. Mandisa wants to equip you with the Armor of God, so that when those temptations arise, you are prepared for them and know how to respond.

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Seven ways to stay encouraged - Spencer's video

By: Spencer
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When your world becomes too much, who do you turn to? Producer Spencer from Jerry and Blanca in the Morning received a surprising message that helped him know where to go.

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Seven ways to stay encouraged - Becky's video

By: Becky
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When you decide to stay encouraged, getting real with God could be one of your first steps. Becky from Middays talks about how that works.

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21 Years - TobyMac's tribute to his son Truett

By: Rob
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TobyMac shares a tribute to his son Truett with this latest song and video. Watch here.

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Seven ways to stay encouraged - Jerry's video

By: Jerry
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When things are going wrong all around you, changing your perspective can help you stay encouraged.

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