Isabella Natal

I used to be just one more person in this world! Limited vision, a closed mind, I only lived for myself. What I turned into in the world was all in vain, because I was unhappy. I was totally empty, hollow; I had no hope whatsoever. I had terrible nightmares every night, “ghosts” would scare


I grew up in a dysfunctional family, where my parents were alcoholics. There was violence, lots of arguing and abuse, because whenever my father got drunk, he beat my mother. Until the day he moved out and abandoned us. The pain of a broken family and financial problems marked my childhood. At the age of


Everything started when I was 12 years old and was raised up as an assistant. Yes, I was very young, and the pastor had doubts about raising me up because of my age, but he ended up doing it anyways since I showed a certain level of maturity. I remained as an assistant until the


Today, those who attend meetings held by pastor Alexandre Barreto, do not imagine that in the past, the former MC loved the night life, was promiscuous, had addictions, was constantly involved in fights and suffered greatly. The Rio de Janeiro native won numerous funk awards, and says his biggest dream was to record with a

24 hours of life

Grace Fidele Ngomooh Ndjock lived all her life in the Republic of Cameroon, her homeland, until the day she was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. This type of malignant tumor most often appears in people that are over 50. According to the National Cancer Institute, when it forms, the person has difficulty swallowing, weight loss –resulting


Andressa Caio was born into a broken home and without the frequent presence of her father, because of this, she became a very troubled child and teen. At the age of 15, she dove into a world of addictions, smoking cigarettes and marijuana, using cocaine and drinking heavily every day, therefore becoming an addict. She