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#113 God Delivered Him to the Ark of Noah Foundation, and Through the Lord, He Delivers Hope to Others – David Rivera

  “God, Family, Career.” This is the order in which David Rivera listed his priorities during perhaps the most pivotal job interview of his life. God called to him and asked him to be honest, and that all pieces would fall into place thereafter, and they did. David has enjoyed a beautiful

#112 Dutch Man Answers the Call of God and Seeks to Help Take a Full-Scale Noah’s Ark from the Netherlands to Brazil – Herald A.M.A. Janssen

When we read and hear about the story of Noah’s Ark, we can’t help but picture a gargantuan vessel, capable of withstanding floods and able to corral a zoo’s worth of animals. Our guest, Herald A.M.A. Janssen, is the director for an organization called The Ark of Noah Foundation, and they

#111 Brought Into the World by A Muslim Father, This Chemist Converted to Christianity, and Uses his Knowledge of Biochemistry to Make Sense of It All – Dr. Fuz Rana

Dr. Fazale “Fuz” Rana became a Christian during graduate school while studying biochemistry at Ohio University. Having been raised by a Muslim father, this created a tense rift in their relationship and was unable to be mended even on his father’s dying day. In this episode, you’ll hear our third guest

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