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Imagine you are a Vietnam vet. You put two terms in the heat of the war. When you came home, anger seeped into bitterness. Instead of parades, you face rots. Disillusioned- your fury only escalated. A few years later you hit on a TV Billy Graham Crusade special and responded to Jesus. Then at your church, a guest missionary from The Gospel for Asia shared the present needs of Viet Nam. You could almost hear the voice of the Holy Spirit telling you to go, but you hated the Vietnamese. These a ...
 
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SUMMARY: One Vietnam Veteran still unaccounted for is remembered by his sister and niece in this Memorial Day Special. INTRO — Kent C. Williamson: Just a few days ago, on May 18th of 2017 a funeral took place in Arlington National Cemetery. This funeral, with full military honors, including a flyover, a 21 gun-salute, and the playing of taps, was f…
 
SUMMARY: Vietnam Veterans discuss the legacy they desire to leave behind through the work of Vets With A Mission. TEASER — Mike Bernardo: I’ve never seen a group that’s quite so generous and open hearted. And here they are being generous and open hearted in a country where people were shooting at them, and people were trying to kill them. So that’s…
 
Ever experienced anger boiling up from deep in your soul? The root of our anger is that we believe that if we were in control, if we were God, then things wouldn’t be so messed up. We could make things right. Jonah believed that God should destroy Nineveh immediately, and he resented God's mercy in forgiving those who repented. Chapter four reveals…
 
SUMMARY: What does it mean to reconcile with yourself, with the country in which you fought, with your former enemies, and with your Creator? TEASER — Bob Peragallo: Reconciliation is when two people resolve their differences and they actually begin to work together. INTRO — Kent C. Williamson: The word “reconciliation” seems antiquated in this pre…
 
SUMMARY: Vietnam veterans describe the impact they have in Vietnam through their work with Vets With A Mission, but we also hear about the impact that Vietnam now has on them. TEASER — Cal Dunham: I tell you, a smile goes a long way. I can be hot and sweaty and miserable, but when that person looks at me and smiles, and in their smile they’re sayin…
 
SUMMARY: Vietnam Veterans tell about the work they’re doing today in Vietnam. TEASER — Bob Peragallo: The Que Son clinic had a death rate of child birth of 33%. And in the first year after our clinic was opened, the death rate of newborn babies dropped to 3%. INTRO — Kent C. Williamson: What do you get when you take a van full of Vietnam Veterans a…
 
SUMMARY: Vietnam veterans sense a call to go back to Vietnam to do good and Vets With A Mission is born. TEASER — Pat Cameron: From day one from when I walked off the place and just saw the people. Smelt the air; smelt what was in the air there. Smelt the… the country. It’s what — I just knew that it was different. INTRO — Kent C. Williamson: When …
 
SUMMARY: Vietnam veterans deal with their PTSD and speak of their desire to return to Vietnam. TEASER — Pat Cameron: But the average 19-year-old, 18-year-old, kid that went over there didn’t come back the same… did not come back the same. INTRO — Kent C. Williamson: For whatever reason, when I travel I prefer to handle my own baggage. Occasionally …
 
SUMMARY: Several Vietnam veterans return from the war only to learn that you can’t go home again. TEASER — Bob Peragallo: You left the battlefield and you were home within a matter of 3 or 4 days and there was no counseling, there was no debriefing, there was absolutely nothing. INTRO — Kent C. Williamson: There’s one thing that every war has in co…
 
SUMMARY: How would you describe you worst day in the war? Five Vietnam War Veterans describe their worst days during the war. Part 2 of 2. TEASER — Phil Carney: I could tell that people were panicked about something and they were pointing back, and I walked deeper into the water. I was real tall, and I got to about chest deep in the water and I fig…
 
SUMMARY: How would you describe your worst day in the war? Three Vietnam War Veterans describe their worst days during Vietnam. (Part 1 of 2) TEASER — Bob Peragallo: General Giap had promised Ho Chi Minh that if the Marines ever crossed the Thu Bon River he would wipe them out, and there was a Vietnamese term for that, and the English translation i…
 
SUMMARY: How would you describe your best day of the war? Vietnam veterans reflect on their best days in Vietnam. TEASER — Walt Griffin: The best time was just being with the guys. And, ya know, I think I almost miss those times, because there’s nothing like being with somebody that you don’t know whether you’re going to be with the next day, or th…
 
SUMMARY: Vietnam veterans reflect on first hearing about a place called Vietnam and then describe their first days in the war. TEASER — Roger Helle: He started screaming, and he said, “Some of you are going to end up in a rice paddy in Vietnam.” And as a senior in high school I thought, “Where’s Vietnam, and why would I want to be in a rice paddy?”…
 
SUMMARY: The By War & By God Podcast is a companion series to the award-winning documentary film By War & By God. The podcast will allow us to go deeper into the stories than the film allows. Kent C. Williamson: Hello, I’m Kent Williamson, the director of the film By War & By God and host of the soon-to-be-released By War & By God Podcast from Pala…
 
New Movies Collection Now Available http://oldtimeradiodvd.comSong List, 1-A Sunday Kind Of Love, Four Seasons 1965, 2-I'llKiss Your Teardrops Away,Aladdins 1959, 3-It's So Hard to Say Goodbye To Yesterday, Kenny Vance, 4-Stay Just A Little Bit Longer, Zondiacs 1963, 5-You Send Me, Sam Cooke 1957, 6-In the Still Of The Night, The Drifters, 7-A Teen…
 
The U.S. battle against ISIS proves that the War against Terror is hardly over. For centuries nations have been forced to form alliances to try and battle bloody, ruthless violence. The Assyrian Empire used terrorism to gather more and more territory, but in Jonah we learned that the Lord gave even these thugs time to repent. In Jonah's day they di…
 
Don’t lose the belief that the sovereign God can change any life. The Assyrians were the "Biker Gangs" of the Ancient Near East only worse. They were terrorists who beheaded their enemies and piled the skulls to intimidate their enemies. But the Book of Jonah tells a story where the Lord gave them time to repent. We must remember daily that Jesus i…
 
You may have listened to Satan’s voice again and again. He loves to whisper, "The reason you don’t really grow, the reason you don’t go on in your faith, the reason you don’t turn full face towards God and really get close to Him is that you're actually too bad for God. You're evil, and God has rejected you." That is the Liar's lie. Jonah was in th…
 
How do we feel about the people around us, especially unbelievers? I’m afraid that some of us don’t really care. Jonah didn’t care about the sailors in his boat. A guy that is asleep in the hold while everybody else on the ship is coming unglued doesn't care about the destiny of others. The sailors pray to any god who might listen—to Dagon, the Phi…
 
Many unbelievers today hear a lot from Christians about the decline of moral standards in our country, but are they getting the message that we are all sinners and that the blood of Jesus Christ, God’s Son, cleanses from every sin? Philip Yancey challenges us to be like perfume, and not like a destructive can of Raid™. We must go into our schools, …
 
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