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Jermain Miller shares his incredible story of complete life change. He found himself homeless at 19, in and out of prison, bad credit, a reposessed car and $.93 to his name before he hit rock bottom and asked "what do i do now?". He was able to pull himself out and now lives an inspiring life helping others to realize their full potential and reach for the dreams.
April Tam Smith
April Tam Smith traveled to South Africa to serve in an orphange where she found a sense of fullfilment and purpose like she had never knwon. April knew she had to find a way to translate her experience of serving and generoisty to her life back home. So April and her business partner started P.S. Kitchen to support the global missions they were passionate about and give back in a sustainable way.
From growing up feeling 'less than' due to lack of finances to working hard for the American Dream. After losing her brother to suicide she learned the important lesson that "money is not your worth". She has made it her life's mission to rescue others from this same mindest by becoming an author of Money Detox, a TED talk speaker and a Certified Money Coach.
This is the story of Tammy Lally.
May is Lupus Awareness Month and we are thankful we had the opportunity to capture and share the story of Lizeth to help spread awarness. Her story deals with the frustration and pain of struggling with a chronic illness that has no cure but choosing to find power and purpose in it. Lupus is an autoimmune disease that causes the body's immune system to become hypteractive, attacking its normal, healthy tissue. Currently, 1.5 million Americans have been diagnosed, 80% of them being women.
From growing up inside a sometimes rough home environment and dealing with thoughts of suicide to finding freedom and a passion to live life.
Karen Millsap shares how she had to make a choice in time of grief and mourning to either "give up or get up". Her decision to get up and use her story to help bring healing and hope to others not only gave her purpose but has given others a chance to find their own purpose. "Grief is when we expect things to be different or more and they're not" we have all experienced this feeling, now its your turn to let the healing begin.
Valentina Caro explains to us what rock bottom felt like and how being herself got her back on track.
Have you ever been told you aren’t good enough?
Have you ever told yourself you aren’t good enough?
These lies caused Mallory Moser to question her musical abilities and ultimately her calling. She fought to find her confidence, check out how she overcame her insecurities and found herself singing with Backtrack Vocals.
From putting his value and self worth in other people to finding his own identity. This is the story of Tyler MIchel.
From feeling like his voice was broken to be being a voice TO the broken. This is the story of John Gibbs.
From an eating disorder to rehab, this is the story of Courtney Benjamin. Comment below and share with others.