Podcast Ep.51: Transforming Power of the Gospel in Tragedy (Todd Adams)

Today’s topic will be raw and very real. The title was given to me by the person I am interviewing, Todd Adams. The power of the gospel that transforms lives in tragedy. This is the story, the testimony of a man who’s trust in Christ has been deepened by the hardships of serving Jesus in the most remote part of the world, but also more deeply in a time of personal loss. Todd Adams and his wife Debbie have been international workers for over twenty years with the Christian and  missionary Alliance in Africa and in Indonesia. They have four children. Their second, Emily, died tragically in a car accident last October at the age of 21.

Natalie, Sully, Emily, Beau, Debbie, Jordan, Todd

6 thoughts on “Podcast Ep.51: Transforming Power of the Gospel in Tragedy (Todd Adams)”

  1. I am over and over again amazed by God’s love and how it is realized in His children. Thank you, Todd and Mitch, for sharing love.

      1. Thank very much for this ministry. We alliance church family pray for this ministry. More specialy Indonesia and Papua, pray for those churches Papua so that responsiblity to pray for this situation.

  2. Thank very much for this ministry. We alliance church family pray for this ministry. More specialy Indonesia and Papua, pray for those churches Papua so that responsiblity to pray for this situation.

  3. We are Indonesia alliance church more specialy Papua land. We are Papua alliance church consist of three regions that is middle mountain of Papua,second part of papua beach is Jayapura. Third Paniai is Enarotali.
    Thanks the Lord although many matters at the middle of chuches and also general comunities,but the Lord always helps us to all people and also churches,so that we are alliance family can be serve to the Lord
    And we talk that please pray to the Lord please pray this situation.

    1. Thank you for you response. I was born in Enoratali. My parents are John and Janine Schultz. Love to visit sometime. Maybe I could. May Jesus continue to bless and strengthen you as you serve him.

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