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Christian talk radio with Radio Drama Production

Unshackled! is radio drama produced in a unique way. As it has been since 1945, writers, actors, and musicians combine to create a dramatic presentation that demonstrates the power of God to reach and change man. Today, Unshackled! is still produced very much as it has always been. Original music is still woven "live" through the story at the time of production. Sound effects occur as the story unfolds before an appreciative live audience. Unshackled! is a ministry of Pacific Garden Mission. Known as the Old Lighthouse, Pacific Garden Mission has since 1877 preached the Gospel of Jesus Christ to lost men and women of the street while at the same time meeting their material and physical needs.

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Dec 8

Program #3595 Ruth Ott

(Divorce, Purity in Dating, Insecurity, Search for Purpose) Immigrating to the USA as a child, Ruth found her life's purpose as a chiropractor after enduring a childhood full of strife and changes. Her mother divorced and remarried three times while Ruth grew up in a home of constant conflict. She heard the call of God on her life as an 8-year-old child when she and her mother attended tent revivals in Holland. Despite her early conversion, Ruth still searched for meaning, significance and fulfillment as she tried to please God through multiple changes in her life. She finally found the place God had prepared for her when she moved to Appalachia to minister through her chiropractic skills and her witness for the Lord.

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(Seizures, Searching) Suffered from seizures after a baseball accident. When searching for a way to cure his illness, he found answers in an unexpected place.

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3593 Bruce Snavely (Loss of family, Loneliness, Forgiveness) Bruce grew up in a loving home, the son of a rich doctor with all the benefits of wealth. But as the family began to fall apart, he developed a longing for going back to the way it was. His pursuit of the safety and security of family intensifies as the family disintegrates. That search finally ends when he finds Jesus and the security of salvation. Then God gives him his own family and a ministry of serving others.

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(Aviation, Missions, South America, Stone Age Tribes) Nate Saint has responded to the call of God on his life to use his gift of flying in missionary service. With his wife and family, Nate builds a home in the jungles of Ecuador. Hearing the stories of the dangerous and ferocious Stone Age Tribe called the Aucas, Nate and four other missionaries resolve to do what no one else has been brave enough to do. The plan to make contact with the tribe will put their lives in jeopardy, but the men are resolved to share the love of Christ with the unreached people of the jungle. Their true story of courage and faith is one that opened the doors to sharing the gospel using only an airplane and their faith to guide them.

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Nate Saint, Part 1 (Indecision, Disappointment, Illness, Missions) Nate Saint loved aviation from the young age of 7 when he first flew in his brothers twin engine plane. Although his heart's desire was to fly for a major airline, his hopes of becoming a pilot continually met with disappointment. During the turmoil of World War 2, he searched for the right place and opportunity to use his skills, hoping that someday, God would show him the plan for his life, with or without flying. And then in one remarkable moment of transformation, Nate recognizes his true calling is to use his flying to help spread the gospel in some of the most dangerous parts of the world. This is part 1 of the remarkable story of Missionary Pilot, Nate Saint's early years: Faith and an Airplane.

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