Why I Am Here

Why I Am Here

By Michael Kusarawana
Many great stories fall through the cracks, stories that could have made a huge impact on people's hearts about the transforming love of Christ. On this podcast we explore the lives of those who were taken by God from a life of darkness to His marvelous light. We also feature success stories in ministry with one goal to inspire and equip those who aspire to be co-laborers with God.
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"Finding Truth"-Jane Iery
Alcohol, depression, feelings of being lost in life. In the midst of all of this, Jane was earnestly seeking for God. However, as she sought for truth, little did she realize that The Truth would find her. Listen to our latest episode as Jane describes her journey from Catholicism to Adventism.
52:26
March 10, 2020
Lord Where Is My Miracle?-Vicki Griffin
On this show I sit down with Vicki Griffin, she is the health director for the Michigan Conference of the Seventh-day Adventists. At a young age Vicki became an atheist, but later on found Christ after she had lost her mom to cancer. She also met her husband at an Adventist institution and they both later consecrated their lives to God and worked together in ministry. Amidst of their growing ministry, Vicki’s husband was diagnosed with a rare cancer and later on passed away. God sailed her through this difficult time, she continued with the ministry and now she is an international lifestyle educator. God can help anyone through difficult times.
51:37
February 3, 2020
From Drug Dealer to Pastor, part 2: Dennis Page
Because of a rough background, Dennis got involved in drugs, using and latter selling. He got involved in a lot of incidences that led him to be imprisoned. Through reading his Bible, he found Christ. Getting out of prison, Dennis began a journey that would lead him to church, mission college and then now a pastor in Michigan.
34:53
January 12, 2020
From Drug Dealer to Pastor Part 1: Dennis Page
Because of a rough background, Dennis got involved in drugs, using and latter selling. He got involved in a lot of incidences that led him to be imprisoned. Through reading his Bible, he found Christ. Getting out of prison, Dennis began a journey that would lead him to church, mission college and then now a pastor in Michigan.
34:10
December 26, 2019
"Saved from Amputation"-Dr. Tom Wilson.
On this show I talk with Dr. Tom Wilson. Dr Wilson got injured and broke his leg while working on a bush-hog in his fruit orchard. Because of persistent infection, his doctor suggested that his leg be amputated. Dr Wilson prayed to God together with his church family. God intervened, and gave him a miraculous healing saving him from amputation.
54:55
December 6, 2019
Liver cancer surviver with 1% chance of survival, Part 3, Dr. Verlyn Benson.
"On this show I had an opportunity to interview Dr. Verlyn Benson.  Dr. Benson survived the deadliest liver cancer which has a 1% chance of survival. He is a walking miracle. Fully recovered, Dr. Benson went on a General Conference mission to establish an S.D.A. medical university in Rwanda."
53:27
November 29, 2019
Liver cancer surviver with 1% chance of survival, Part 2, Verlyn Benson.
"On this show I had an opportunity to interview Dr. Verlyn Benson.  Dr. Benson survived the deadliest liver cancer which has a 1% chance of survival. He is a walking miracle. Fully recovered, Dr. Benson went on a General Conference mission to establish an S.D.A. medical university in Rwanda."
58:40
November 20, 2019
Liver cancer surviver with 1% chance of survival, Part 1: Verlyn Benson
"On this show I had an opportunity to interview Dr. Verlyn Benson.  Dr. Benson survived the deadliest liver cancer which has a 1% chance of survival. He is a walking miracle. Fully recovered, Dr. Benson went on a General Conference mission to establish an S.D.A. medical university in Rwanda."
55:05
November 8, 2019
From prescription drugs addiction to freedom: Jason Russell
On this show I seat down with Jason Russell as he shares how he got addicted to pain medication. The addiction got so bad to an extent of stealing  drugs from ambulances where he worked as a E.M.T field supervisor. Jason later on turned himself to the staff at his work, acknowledging that he was the one responsible for the missing drugs. He was then sentenced to 30 days in jail, an experience that led him to Christ. When he got out, he was fortunate to get his job and position back. Now Jason is free from drug addiction and he is now closer to his family that never before.
58:09
November 1, 2019