PART 1: Political tension, Covid-19, and a hunger crisis has made a bad situation worse. Learn more about what’s happening in Cuba and how the gospel is breaking through.

PART 2: Even in the best of times, it’s difficult for Cubans to get the supplies they need to live each day. Right now … it is far from the best of times.

PART 3: Approximately 500 protestors have been arrested in Cuba since July 11. Hundreds are lining up outside police stations asking about their missing relatives. And yet the Lord’s grace shines out amid the chaos.

PART 4: As Cuba continues to face uncertainty and unrest, we can find comfort in the knowledge that those who come to the Lord for refuge are truly blessed. Now that’s a message worth broadcasting and hearing.

SPECIAL EDITION: Finally, after a year of delays, the Olympics are back on. Except this year will still be far from normal. On today’s program, hear a Christian coach in Tokyo talk about her faith and journey to the Olympics.

PART 1: The Perfect Storm
July 19, 2021
PART 2: From the Outside Looking In
July 20, 2021
PART 3: Light Shines Brightest in the Dark
July 21, 2021
PART 4: Why Do the Nations Rage?
July 22, 2021
SPECIAL EDITION: Journey to the Olympics
July 23, 2021



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