Travis grew up in a dysfunctional home. Later he went "Hog Wild". Listen for this edition of UNSHACKLED!
George and Mary's marriage was on the verge of divorce, even after they fled from persecution Find out how they found restoration on UNSHACKLED!.
Ray led a dissolute life of alcohol, drugs, and immorality. Later in prison he found freedom. Listen to this edition of UNSHACKLED!
Bobbie was a carnival worker who stole from his customers AND his boss. See how his heart was changed, on UNSHACKLED!
Fred grew up stealing from his alcoholic father, eventually drinking himself, earning a prison record. He drifts from job to job and place to place, marries and then leaves his wife. He ends up visiting missions everywhere he goes, and God’s Word echoes through his head in his travels. He eventually receives Christ as his Savior, pays back what he stole and preaches to groups about how he came to know freedom through Christ.
Cheryl Boggs was abused and hurt as a child. Can she forgive those who hurt her? Find out on this edition of UNSHACKLED!
As a child, Cheryl Boggs was terribly abused. Then, searching for love, she received more abuse and abused others. Find out how this cycle ended on UNSHACKLED!
As a marine, Dann Slator spent time in the brig due to his rebellious ways. Back in the states, he continued to cause trouble. Find out how his trouble ceased on UNSHACKLED!
Dann's mother was abusive, and his father was a drunk. Hear how he found stability, and a love that would not let him go. Listen to this edition of UNSHACKLED!
Glen grew up in a hard-working family. At 15, he learned to drink and gamble. Hear where this led, and how he was transformed, on UNSHACKLED!
Lane’s fear of death vanishes after he is born again while bicycling. He witnesses ineffectually to his cousin, who is dying of cancer. Then, after much Bible study, he begins to give his testimony and speak God’s truth. When a long-time friend is dying of cancer, he shares the gospel in the presence of a cynic, and becomes an effective apologist for the gospel.
Henry is an alcoholic by age 15, gets in trouble with the law and joins the army; receives an honorable discharge, still a drunk. Injured at work, he needs back surgery and with the settlement money, he buys a home. Still a drunk, he marries a woman who is unfaithful and leaves him, taking their 4 children. Desolate, Henry plans suicide but God intervenes. Henry goes on to get a PhD and serves the Lord in rescue work and as an evangelist with his wife Victoria.
Ron tries parachuting to experience life but finds no answers. He moves to Kansas City, determined to break into cartooning; but after 8 months, his work is rejected. He has found a church that teaches the Bible, and he yields to Christ. Only then does God open the door to cartooning. Ron meets Cindy and they eventually marry. As Ron grows in the Lord, he gains more free-lance cartooning jobs, and now has millions of tracts in circulation.
Ron’s cartooning skill is manifest as a child and he becomes full of pride and arrogance. He resists drinking and drugs in high school—even college at first. But success with a comic strip inflates his self-worth. He succumbs to drinking, then drugs, still hankering for a career as a cartoonist. The first part ends when he graduates and goes to work in the corporate world where he fails.
After witnessing and experiencing bullies, Robert develops a twisted view of living pure to avoid evil. When his religion fails him, he become a cynical alcoholic, prone to rage, rendering himself 4-F to the Draft Board. Dabbling in philosophy, he discovers the power of Jesus the Man, reads the gospels and surrenders to Christ. He hears “Unshackled!” and writes to Pacific Garden Mission. He enlists in the Army, serves his country and marries his sweetheart, Faye.