Carey Peña Reports
Darin and Kara Moss turned to adoption after learning that they weren’t able to have more biological children. “I had to look at things a little different,” Moss explained. “I had to get to the point where I was willing to try something.
“A nurse heard me crying and she came over and asked me if I still believed in God. And I said no I don’t. And she said, that’s okay because God still believes in you.” TV News Anchor Brandon Lee talks about the moment his life was transformed.
Camelback Mountain in Phoenix is a double black diamond, which means it’s a tough mountain to climb. But that didn’t stop volunteers from Daring Adventures from making a wish come true for Doug Clough, who is living with ALS.
She hired a private detective online and took a leap of faith to find her biological family. “Within 24 hours I received all of the information on my biological family on my mother’s side,” Darlene Keller-Price explains. From there,
“I was absolutely terrified, there was nothing I was thinking about other than survival.” College student Cooper Poze shares his emotional cancer journey. And how paying it forward at Camp Sunrise helped him heal.
Vision is everything. How do you create a vision for your life that will allow you to get past fear and doubt? Author and coach Carey Conley talks about how vision helped her get through unthinkable tragedy,
“I’ve been hospitalized over 32 times. Attitude is everything and I don’t take it for granted.” Danielle Bryant is the founder of the Make It Count 4 Dani Foundation. Her mission is to advocate, educate, encourage,
“Endorse the challenge of life and becoming your best self.” Mycal Anders is a Marine Corps Veteran, Founder of Crossfit PHX, Entrepreneur and Author of the new book “Inner Circle: Focus and Fulfillment Habits of the Enlightened.
Chris Widener has been named one of the top 50 speakers in the world and one of INC Magazine’s Top 100 leadership speakers. Since 1986, he’s done close to 3,000 speeches. Widener has written 20 books including a New York Times and a Wall Street Journal...
“I figured there was some reason I was saved and I needed to find out what it was.” Published Author, Judy Pearson, survived cancer and went on to build her second act in life by helping women share their own stories of courage on stage.