PART 1: A classic painting depicts two chess players. One is Satan, who appears arrogantly confident. The other a man who looks forlorn. A chess grandmaster later discovered the unlikely path to victory.
PART 2: For twenty years, Kristin Sterk has lived with a rare heart condition that often sidelined her health and dreams to start a family. On today’s program, she shares how this effects the way she lives her life and follows Christ.
PART 3: Pastor. Theologian. President. Can you be all three at once? Dr. Lazarus Chakwera seems to think so as he assumed the highest office in his Eastern African country of Malawi last year. Hear his story on today’s program.
PART 4: Mennonite Bishop Don Jacobs was part of a revival that was simple, yet profound. The East Africa Revival continued in waves for decades not only in Africa but in every continent in the world.
PART 5: It’s one of the oldest stories ever told: A righteous man who God blessed with money, land, and a large family loses it all for no apparent reason.
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