Actor Chris Pratt discusses how he got in to show business, the importance of being authentic and why he supports children’s hospitals.
Actress Jennifer Garner discusses the highlights in her career, the biggest miracle in her life, and why it’s important to her to support children’s hospitals.
Actor Matthew McConaughey discusses his new memoir Green Lights, how he started acting, his favorite role to play and how gratitude gives him more to be thankful for.
Teri discusses how her friends’ child’s death inspired her career move to fundraising, how she has handles the challenges leading an organization through a pandemic, and the impact John Lauck made in her life.
NBA Star Kevin Love discusses his childhood dreams, his life-long journey with depression and anxiety, and how he is using his platform to promote mental health.
Singer Jordin Sparks discusses her journey to becoming the youngest winner in American Idol history, how she learned perseverance in her career, and why she is inspired by children’s hospitals.
Professional ballerina Misty Copeland discusses her favorite and most challenging roles, the award she’s most proud of, and how she overcame negativity and barriers in her career.
Actress Danielle Fishel discusses her childhood dreams, her favorite career moments and the miracles surrounding her son’s premature birth and three-week stay in the NICU.
Actress Amy Poehler virtually visited Cook Children’s Medical Center and met 16-year-old cancer patient Lauren. They discussed what it’s like living through the pandemic, things that inspire them, and dreams for the future.
Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk discusses what it was like to land his most difficult trick, how he handled injuries and setbacks, and why he’s passionate about helping kids.
Celebrating 100 episodes, this special interview features iconic host Robin Roberts discussing how she found hope during her fight with cancer and why she believes in dreaming big.
NBA legend Ray Allen discusses how his childhood on the road prepared him for adversity, the greatest moments in his career, and how his son was helped in a children’s hospital.
Singer David Archuleta discusses how he overcame his fears to audition for American Idol and how that decision changed his life forever.
On-air legend Bobby Bones discusses how to push through fears and be your authentic self, gives advice for kids pursuing their dreams, and shares why giving back is important to him.
Zombies actress Meg Donnelly gives kids advice for pursuing their dreams, looks back at an inspiring hospital visit, and answers questions from miracle child Sasha.
Academy Award nominee, Mark Wahlberg discusses how he was given a second chance in life and now uses his success to give back to others in need.
Today we honor the life and legacy of president and CEO of CMN Hospitals, John Lauck. His tragic passing is a loss felt deeply by the countless people he inspired throughout his life of dedicated service. During his nine-year tenure at CMN Hospitals, John was a champion for the millions of sick and injured kids across North America and worked tirelessly to help kids life happier and healthier lives.
Country singer Noah Schnacky discusses how his cousin who battled health issues inspired him to live a life focused on serving other people.
Two-time Grammy-nominee Eric Paslay discusses what it’s like to live with Type 1 diabetes and performs a brand-new song live in Seacrest Studios.
In this special episode of Untold Miracles, we take a look back at our favorite inspirational moments from the 2019 season.
Country singer Jon Pardi discusses his childhood dreams and how his brush with death gave him new perspective.
Grammy-nominated country star Cole Swindell talks about going from selling merchandise to headlining his own tour and answers live questions from patients in Seacrest Studios at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.
NFL Hall of Famer, Brian Urlacher discusses the life lessons he learned from his mom, his NFL career, and why he loves visiting children’s hospitals.
Kristin Chenoweth is an actress, singer, Tony and Emmy Award winner, and author. You may know her as Glinda from Wicked, Sally from You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and other iconic roles on Broadway and television. She recently released a new album, For the Girls.
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What the biggest miracle in Kristin’s life is and how it occurred before she was even born. Why her recent visit to Encircle: LGBTQ+ Family & Youth Resource Center was so...