Life Changing Radio Newsletter
May 25 - 30, 2020
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This Week In History
 
May 25 - In 1968, the Gateway Arch in Saint Louis was dedicated.

May 26 - In 1869, Boston University was chartered by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
 
May 27 - In 1927, the Ford Motor Company ceased manufacture of the Model T and began to retool plants to make the Model A.

May 28 - In 1984, President Ronald Reagan led a state funeral at Arlington National Cemetery for an unidentified American soldier killed in the Vietnam War.

May 29 - In 1790,  Rhode Island became the last of North America's original thirteen colonies to ratify the Constitution and become one of the United States.

May 30 - In 1883, a stampede on the recently opened Brooklyn Bridge killed twelve people.
by Matthew Fearon

The grace, tenderness for people and love for the Lord demonstrated by Dr. Ravi Zacharias will forever be remembered by those who knew him.
by Sam Allberry

"He didn't preach an argument; he used argumentation to preach a person."
by Devin Dwyer

The crowds of tourists may be gone, but this age-old tradition continues.
A Moment In Scripture

John 15:13 (CSB)

" No one has greater love than this: to lay down his life for his friends."
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Dr. Ravi Zacharias, a familiar voice on Life Changing Radio for many years, passed away last week at the age of 74. His wisdom and his gracious spirit will be missed. We are thankful that many of his messages have been recorded and will live on, and that he spent many years deliberately establishing an organization, Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, to carry on the work. On this Memorial Day, it's fitting to remember that Dr. Zacharias started out as a young evangelist in the early 1970's ministering to our troops in Vietnam. Since then, countless lives have been touched by his presentation of the Gospel message. We pray for his family and  take comfort in the fact that Ravi Zacharias is now with his Savior.

Sincerely,

Dave Rhenow

Life Changing Radio