When music is a large part of your family's life, it carries over from generation to generation.
This young man is now in his early 20's and making music in Nashville. His father is a well known country musician and he is determined to make a name for himself as well.
The guitar he is holding is his dad's first guitar, representing all of his dreams of being a country music star.
When we photographed him, we knew it wasn't meant to be a cheesy, smiling portrait. It needed to portray a serious and thoughtful musician, ready to hit the stage...and he will. Success is in his blood!
"Music can change the world."
Adoption is LOVE
This is Darryl with his daughter, Becca. Darryl and his wife have fostered many children over the years. And then Becca came along. They adopted her along with three other foster children and are now a complete family. Becca fell in love with Mr. Tim and wants to come to dinner for hot dogs in spaghetti.
"God knit you together in your mother's womb, then he wove you into our hearts."
Harold is a survivor, one of a handful of teens that were in the worst drunk driving crashes in history.
Harold has had a dramatic journey toward wholeness and self-esteem after surviving a 1988 bus crash near Carrolton, KY, in which a drunk driver rammed into a bus full of kids killing 27 out of 67 on board (the worst drunk-driving accident in U.S. History)
Harold, a young teenager at the time, not only had to confront the loss of his lifelong friend (who perished sitting next to him on the bus) but also the powerful fears that he would never find a girl or return to his life as an athlete.
Despite his disfiguring scars and survivor guilt, Harold not only finds true love with a beautiful young woman, but a few years later he gets national headlines when he makes the University of Kentucky football team as a walk-on. As Coach Bill Curry said, "Harold Dennis has a brutal situation, but the brutal situation doesn't have Harold."