From sculpting polar bears out of snow to miracles to songs that walk people through dark times, January was filled with powerful memories.
Family asking for prayers for 2-year-old daughter in need of a miracle
A Steinbach family is asking for prayers for their daughter after being in Children's Hospital for almost a month.
Cari Thiessen, Hallie's mom has been by her side for almost a month as the two-year-old has faced complication after complication.
"It's been just a series of unfortunate events. We initially got COVID in the middle of the month of November and of course, this was terrifying because Hallie has an underlying condition, Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disease (EGID)," says Thiessen.
Hutterite dive team recovers body of missing Winnipegger
The body of a missing Winnipeg man was found after a seven-day search out on the ice by a Hutterite dive team in Kenora.
Harold Slegers went missing in early Nov. 2020. Police dive teams weren't immediately able to find him in their search of Pelican Pouch Lake.
That's when friends and family turned to the Hutterites.
Tauren Wells continuing to shed light on the darkness that is human trafficking
Christian artist Tauren Wells is partnering with the Tim Tebow Foundation to help stop human trafficking the best way he knows, through music.
Wells wrote and released the song 'All God's Children' to help raise money to fight human trafficking, especially those that are being sexually exploited.
Paul Heil, host of The Gospel Greats, dies at 73
Paul Heil, known as "the Voice" of Southern Gospel Music, has died at the age of 73.
Heil passed away suddenly after suffering a heart attack on Sunday, December 27, according to his wife, Shelia.
He was in his fifth decade of broadcasting and was the beloved host of the syndicated show, The Gospel Greats.
Jeremy and Adrienne Camp open up about marriage and faith
"Marriage doesn't complete you. Jesus completes you," Jeremy Camp says to encourage married couples.
Jeremy and Adrienne Camp published a book on marriage together in 2020 called In Unison: The Unfinished Story of Jeremy and Adrienne Camp.
Willy Dogs persevering through pandemic with community by its side
One Winnipeg small business is not just surviving but thriving in the pandemic, all thanks to an outpouring of support from its community, and is now giving back to others in need.
Will Gault has gone from being a homeless addict to owning his own business, Willy Dogs. Over the past several years, he has married his wife Courtney with the pair later giving birth to two daughters, Ireland and Taylor. While the past several years have brought Will great joy, 2020 put his resilience to the test.
WATCH: New video for Jordan St. Cyr's hit single 'Fires' out now
A new video for Jordan St. Cyr's single, 'Fires,' is a powerful visual testimony of God's goodness in the face of uncertainty, using actual people and their stories as the actors.
The song was originally written a few years ago, inspired by the story of a man St. Cyr met who shared his testimony with the singer. Through many trials, the man told St. Cyr that he clung to the promises of God in Scripture. Released in 2020, the single made an appearance on Billboard's New and Noteworthy chart and also charted at No. 47 on the Billboard Audience NCA chart.
'Healing is the hardest thing': Christian foster mom changing lives with love
For more than a decade, a local foster mom has made a difference in the lives of the kids she's cared for by simply doing her best to love them.
Barb Bell will be turning 60 next month. The twin girls she fosters will be turning three around the same time.
Her heart is one of the reasons Bell has had such an impact in the lives of the kids she and her husband have cared for over the years.
'I can't believe God used me this way,' says creator of Bears on Barrington
What started as a way to destress has become internationally recognized and a way to connect with others struggling.
A local Winnipeg woman, Vinora Bennett simply started sculpting snow as a way to combat her depression but it quickly grew into something more.
Two young Christian sisters killed after refusing to reject faith
Two young Pakastani Christian sisters in their 20s are dead after continually being harassed by coworkers to reject their Christian faith.
The Centre for Legal Aid Assistance and Settlement (CLAAS), a Christian charity dedicated to helping persecuted Christians in Pakistan, says that Abida 26, and Sajida 28, of Makhan Colony, near Lahore, were murdered last month after they continually refused to convert to Islam.