3301 Carl Hatch: (Alcohol, Fear, Mental Illness) Carl's dad, chief of police, has a mental breakdown when Carl is a teenager. Feeling rejected, Carl attempts suicide twice by over-dosing on pills. Carl becomes an anti-social alcoholic. He goes to treatment and quits drinking. He is saved, marries and is a Paramedic when he learns about his dad's past.
3300 Dana Pankey Classic: (Self-reliance, Indifference toward God) Born in 1901, Dana, the son of the largest landowner/rancher in New Mexico, grew up around old-time cowboys and picked up their coarse language and attitudes. Thinking he could gain favor with God by being good, he ignored God and tried living a good life. When he encountered an old cowboy singing a Gospel song on a street corner, he placed his faith in Christ. Involved in a letter writing ministry to shut-ins, he suffered several strokes, able to type with only one finger, but continued his ministry.
3299 Joel Quiones Classic: (Crime, Drugs, and Violence) Joel's life of crime from age nine leads to a life sentence at 19. His mother constantly prays for him. Several times Joel almost dies. In San Quentin his violence leads authorities to try shock therapy. After ten years he is unexpectedly released from prison and sent back to Mexico. He returns to the drug trade. A young girl pleads with him to surrender his life to Christ. She gives him a Bible. When he tries later to return the Bible to her at a church service, he is convicted by what he hears in the service. He becomes a Christian, leaves his life of crime, attends Bible school, and becomes the minister of a small church in Mexico.
3298 Harland Eastwood - Part 2: (Dad's Rejection) When Harland tells his father about his new faith, his dad all but disowns him. Harland continues in faith, witnessing to friends, some who reject him. He marries the church secretary and they struggle financially but buy Harland's maternal great-grandfather's house and restore it. When his dad dies, leaving his estate to a cousin, Harland must forgive.