PART 1: A lesser man would have broken. Adrift for 47 days in the Pacific, Louis Zamperini then spent the duration of World War II in a Japanese concentration camp. He was determined to live, but had yet to find true life.
PART 2: He led the attack on Pearl Harbor. But after his country’s defeat in WWII, Mitsuo Fuchida was filled with hatred. Then he met Jesus and everything changed.
PART 3: 117,000 Dutch Jews were killed throughout the Holocaust. Johanna-Ruth Dobschiner was one of the few selected to live. Eventually, she gave her life over to Jesus. Soon after, she was set free in a different way — tanks. Hear her incredible story on today’s program.
PART 4: Henry Gerecke didn’t just minister to low-level criminals, he was a chaplain to 21 of the Nazis’ highest ranking officials. All mass murderers, all guilty of heinous crimes against humanity. And yet grace broke through.
PART 5: When Jacob DeShazer first visited Japan, he was there to drop bombs from the sky. The second time, he came armed with the only the Word of God.
PART 6: Q, a beloved character from the James Bond franchise, specializes in building hidden spy gadgets made to look like everyday devices. But did you know this character is based on a missionary farmer from World War II?
PART 7: Trapped on damaged submarine, the crew resigned themselves to death … until Captain Rupert Lonsdale stood up and preached the gospel. What happened next is reminiscent of Paul in Acts 27.
PART 8: When Nazi troops first invaded France in World War II, Scottish minister Donald Caskie was about to flee for his life. Instead, he stuck around and began helping others escape certain death.
PART 9: When you think of World War II, you might first imagine soldiers, tanks, fighter pilots, and even concentration camps. But what about pulpits? That’s where Paul Schneider’s story begins.
PART 10: A German Jew living through both world wars, Werner Simonson led a remarkable life of survival. Hear how the Lord preserved his life and saved his soul when you listen to today’s program.
Louis Zamperini In His Own Words
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Louis Zamperini: An Unbroken Hero
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