Posts tagged faith
62: The Great Comeback with Ebo Elder

Ebo Elder is a retired professional boxer who reached a ranking as high as the #5 lightweight boxer in the world. However, his battles continued outside of the ring. Ebo turned to drug and alcohol abuse after a painful divorce, but turned his life around when he found the Lord. Hear more …

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59: Miles of Freedom from Incarceration with Richard Miles

Richard Miles was walking home one day when his life changed forever unexpectedly. He was arrested for murder and found guilty shortly after. He spent 15 years in prison before he was found innocent and exonerated. Once he was given his freedom, he decided to help others in Dallas adjust to their newfound freedom as well through Miles of Freedom. His organization provides resources and referrals to former inmates as they assimilate back into society. In this episode:

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57: Trip's Folly; Building Electronic Arts and Creating Madden with Trip Hawkins

Trip Hawkins built Electronic Arts and created the most widespread and popular sports video game of all time, Madden. He pioneered the video game industry and is one of the most well known video game creators in the industry. Hear more …

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54: Directing ESPN + CBS Sports with Mark Grant

Mark Grant grew up with parents who were addicted to alcohol. He eventually lost both of his parents to alcohol related deaths. However, Mark decided to never drink alcohol throughout his life and became a successful sports journalism major at LSU. Early in his career he became a director for ESPN, and he is 1 of 10 directors for CBS Sports now. Hear more …

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52: Diabetes in Haiti with Mackenson Bonnell

Mackenson Bonnell was born in Haiti and lost his parents as a teenager. He became the caretaker of his younger siblings, and eventually developed Type I Diabetes when he was living at an orphanage. He was adopted by US parents and together they formed Kay Mackenson which is a clinic in Haiti that provides treatment and education to Haitians regarding diabetes. Hear more …

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45: Rise Up with No Legs and Become a Spartan with Kacey McCallister

Kacey McCallister lost both of his legs at the age of six in a terrible accident. He never made an excuse for himself and went on to succeed in all areas of life. He won championships in wrestling and cross country in high school. Now, he competes in Spartan Races across the country on his hands. In this episode:

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39: Sleeping Giant with Tommy Green

Tommy Green is the lead singer of the band Sleeping Giant. He is a rock star who pours his heart into his music. A lot of that passion comes from the pain he experienced growing up. Tommy had to overcome an abusive father which led to many mistakes and immoral decisions as a teenager and young adult. However, Tommy was freed from all of that once he experienced grace. Hear more …

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33: Trafficked with Toni McKinley

Toni McKinley is a counselor and a guest speaker, and was a victim of sex trafficking when she was a child. She is a part of many organizations that work to stop trafficking and rehabilitate girls who have been victimized. Toni hopes to help as many girls as she can and keep them from returning to the streets. Listen to this episode …

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32: Drug Addict Turned Entrepreneur with Kacey Gorringe

Kacey Gorringe was addicted to drugs throughout most of his life and could not break the habit until he was arrested for drug possession. During his short stay in jail he finally decided to come clean and leave a life full of heroin and cocaine behind. Not even he knew that he would become the successful entrepreneur that he is today. Hear more …

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