Heartaches & Miracles
Bridges with Leanna Cinquanta
Leanna Cinquanta is the international director of TellAsia Ministries. She joins Monica on the set of Bridges to discuss her extraordinary testimony of converting from atheism to Christianity as a teenager and then abandoning a promising career in horse training to pursue missionary work in Asia.
Episode Number 4086
More Recent Interviews
When was the last time you really rested? On today's show, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith shares about the importance of rest in our busy lives and that there's more to resting than simple sleep. Learn more at IChooseMyBestLife.com and RestQuiz.com.
Josh Paul is the founder of Anchor Ridge, a special ministry dedicated to eradicating poverty and spreading the word of God to the people of Appalachia. Josh is also a singer and shares his new song, "You Never Leave."
Sam Kuhnert is a motivational speaker, coach, mentor, and founder of NubAbility Athletic Foundation. Born with only one hand, Sam uses what some people would call his "limitation" as motivation for himself and others, especially kids with limb differences.
In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc and devastation on Houston, including flooding one pastor's church. On this show, Pastor Booth tells the story of how a team not only restored his church but helped hundreds of families restore their homes in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
When Josh and Katie Butler married, they wanted a large family. But when their first child, a boy named Dewey, was born with a devastating genetic condition, doctors advised them not to have any more biological children. Even in those dark moments, God planned a miracle -- and today, Josh and Katie are the proud parents of four adopted children.
Heather Smith was a wife and mother of two small children when she got a call from the local ER. Her husband was a patient there -- because of a drug overdose. That call was Heather’s first introduction to the fact that her husband had been living with a drug addiction. On today’s show, Heather shares how her faith helped her survive.