Clayton King returns to Your Story with Melinda to teach us how failure can turn into shame, but love and forgiveness can set us on the path to truth.
At the base of every broken life is a lie, and at the root of every lie is fear. With over 30 years of ministry, Clayton King knows this better than most.
This week's story is from Jen Lawrence, an author and blogger who writes about style, books, being forty-something, and returning to faith.
Peter Marshall, President of The Gideons International In Canada, opens up about his encounter with God, a story that would radically change his life.
We are joined by Kevin Thompson, a pastor and writer, who knows that great marriages don't just happen - they're made intentionally.
After a series of traumatic losses, Pastor John Westfall realized that when everything feels like it's ending, sometimes God is starting something new.
It's so easy (and common) to put others at arm's length and put up walls, but author Deidra Riggs calls us to make the first move toward reconciliation.
Her view of the world is so inspiring that you are sure to walk away from this story with a desire to connect with others and explore new cultures.
Ben Lowell, CEO of Back to the Bible Canada, has spent the last 25 years in full-time ministry helping others reach their full potential in Christ.
Learning why we need to give back and work together, Mark Petersen, CEO of Stronger Philanthropy, recalls his physical pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago.
"Why did you bring me out to the desert to die?" is just the start of Lynne Hartke's journey redefining hope and beauty through cancer and tribulation.
Co-founder of Saddleback Church, Kay Warren shares deeply personal stories and wisdom gleaned from decades of experience as a pastor's wife.
Helping ecosystems thrive through environmental stewardship, David Anderson brings outdoor recreation, biology, ministry and teaching together with A Rocha.
This week's story comes from Elizabeth Pierce, a social worker who is helping others discover the deep, soulful places where God’s presence can be known.
Growing up in a First Nations Community and feeling unwanted, it was after Barry Chalifoux's attempted suicide where God stepped in to change his life.