Roselio Muniz is 101 years old and he’s sharing the daily activities and choices he believes are responsible for not only getting him to this point but have allowed him to continue to live a life of vitality and passion.
Sol Bleiweis was just 11 years old when Germany invaded his native Poland. In Auschwitz, he watched his brother and mother die. But Sol not only survived, he made it his mission to make a difference and spread his message of joy and hope.
If you’re living with a mental illness, you don’t need to lower your expectations for life — you’re capable of extraordinary things. That’s the message from author Melody Moezzi. She discusses her journey to her bipolar diagnosis.
On Sept. 11, 2001, FBI agent and 25-year law enforcement veteran Lillie Leonardi responded to the crash site of Flight 93 in Pennsylvania. What she says she saw there will surprise — a field full of angels. She explains.
Singer and songwriter Lee Greenwood is the man behind the most stirring patriotic song of our generation, and he says he’s more focused than ever on the state of our country.
Roger McGuinn describes his Grammy-nominated Folk Den Project and explains why he felt such an urgency to preserve the songs and history of folk music. Plus, Camilla opens up about their 30-plus years of marriage and reveals how their faith bonds them.
Known as the “Iron Nun,” Sister Madonna Buder is redefining what it means to be a nun and a runner. Find out how she uses her training runs as time to talk to God and why race directors have to keep adding age categories to keep up with her.
His biggest audience four years ago was a family of four looking for a new fridge. Now, he’s in demand worldwide, entertaining live audiences and TV audiences in the millions. Come along as John Morgan transforms his life with inspiration and imitation.
After being ashamed of her beard for most of her life, Vivian Wheeler says she now realizes her unusual facial hair is a part of God’s plan for her. Find out how she has found strength and peace in a world of pointed fingers.
Father Carmen Buono, 68, is just beginning his career in the priesthood.