Kat and Jorge Vazquez have released a new campaign that will bring hope in a time when it's needed most.
Through their new campaign, Your Story is Not Done, Kat and Jorge are using powerful stories of redemption, healing and second chances to amplify hope.
"Years ago I wrote a book called, No More Rejection. When the book came out, we got a letter from the mom of a young missionary that we had done a lot of work with. Her name was Hannah. The mom said Hannah is not in a good place. I felt led to send her a book," said Jorge. "When I was writing in the book, I felt like God was telling me to tell Hannah that her story is not done, so I wrote that down."
The next day, while driving to meet Kat's parents for lunch, Jorge felt like God was telling him that there were many more people like Hannah out there that needed to know that there is so much left to their stories.
"Right then it was birthed that we need to go tell people that regardless of what they've done, how much guilt or shame they feel, that with Jesus there is hope and their story is not done," said Jorge
Jorge and Kat have created a series of tools to get their message across including short films, a podcast and a book.
Some of the people spotlighted in their film series include: Brian Head Welch from the band Korn, Annie Lobert from Hookers for Jesus and Scott McNamara, an English pop star turned evangelist.
Today on Connections, Jorge and Kat Vazquez share the inspiration behind this new campaign and the importance of spreading hope.