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Now Do You Believe?: Living the Gospel in Everyday Life (Paperback)
What do an earthquake in Armenia, a drop box for abandoned babies, and a fictitious bride have in common? They're all stories about living the gospel in everyday life. No stained-glass saints are found in these pages. There's the story of a man who smuggled 600 children out of Czechoslovakia as the Nazi machine ramped up, and the one about a sport that brutally killed so many athletes that President Teddy Roosevelt had to step in. Sometimes hilarious, often poignant, Regina Cram paints true stories of folks trying to live everyday holiness in everyday life.