Dwight grew up longing to be a pilot, but his dreams are dashed when he's told he needs glasses. He rebels by drinking and drag racing. Find out how his dream was brought to reality on UNSHACKLED!
Debra and her husband Chris are drug addicts and are always fighting. The marriage teeters on the edge of divorce. Learn how they were reconciled on UNSHACKLED!
To escape an abusive childhood, Debra turned to drugs. Things got worse, and she ended up in jail. Find out how she found freedom on UNSHACKLED!
Alcohol brought Art Husfelt to ruin. It cost him both his family and his job. Can a man like that be redeemed? Find out the answer on UNSHACKLED!
Mickey was a trouble maker from his childhood. As he grew he got into more trouble, with the law AND himself. Here how the trouble ended on UNSHACKLED!
Nickolay is a lawyer in his native Russia. Depressed and discouraged he comes to America to study, and finds a Way that he didn't know existed. Find out what happened on UNSHACKLED!
He grew up in Russia, the son of atheistic parents. Find out how Nicolay turned from hopelessness to Hope itself on UNSHACKLED!
Hear the story of John Lira on UNSHACKLED, a story of rebellion and redemption!
John became part of a gang at a young age and that decision led to drugs , violence, and prison. Hear how he was rescued on the next UNSHACKLED!
He was at the top of of his game in the fighting world. He had it all, then lost it all. Later, he found his all in all. Listen to the Eddie Huffman story 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.