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Conversation with Chuck Smith DVD, A
Conversation with Chuck Smith DVD, A

Conversation with Chuck Smith DVD, A

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One year after being diagnosed with lung cancer Pastor Chuck Smith sits down for a candid and rare interview. In this personal conversation, he shares how he is dealing with his illness and answers questions such as: why God would allow suffering, what we can learn from it and how we can cope when times are tough. Chuck also talks about his wife Kay's health as well as a wide array of topics ranging from Guardian Angels, Communication with God to the future of Christianity. Widescreen. Approx. 40 minutes. Pastor Chuck Smith, (born June 25, 1927), was the senior Pastor of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa and the founder of the Calvary Chapel Movement as well as Maranatha Music. Beginning with a 25-person congregation in 1965, Chuck Smith opened his heart and the doors to his church to a lost generation of hippies touched by the Holy Spirit and rest is history. This spiritual revival became known historically as the Jesus Movement. Chick Smith's impact now extends to thousands of congregations worldwide and millions of people. His life story and the story of Calvary Chapel and its widespread influence on modern day Christianity is depicted in the award winning documentary "What God Hath Wrought - Chuck Smith: The Father of the Jesus Movement". Smith is one of the leading Bible teachers in the United States as well as a noted speaker and author. His sermons can be heard and seen throughout the world via radio, television and webcasts.

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ISBN: 752423345854
Producer: Harvest Aid
Product Code: 10070437
Binding: DVD
Release Date: 01.07.2019

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