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October 5, 2017
by Steve Sanchez
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Dunkirk and the Missed Miracle

I recently saw the excellent film Dunkirk yet was saddened when I learned the filmmakers got everything right except for the true hero of the story. It wasn’t necessarily the selfless citizens who risked lives in their personal boats to bring back the hundreds of thousands of troops stranded on the beach as the Germans advanced; it wasn’t even the brilliance of the commanders who strategized the rescue; it was something, someone, bigger than all that. Continue reading

December 7, 2016
by Steve Sanchez
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Lead Pearl Harbor Bomber Becomes Christian After Reading Tract

This is the incredible story of Mitsuo Fuchida, lead pilot of the December 7, 1941, raid on Pearl Harbor. In 1950, he came to know Jesus Christ as Savior through a tract handed to him entitled, “I Was a Prisoner of Japan,” written by Jacob DeShazer who was one of the famous Doolittle Raiders. Fuchida faithfully served Jesus Christ as an evangelist until his death in 1976. Continue reading