Dr. Ron Adams speaks about his life from growing up on a farm to an international job of helping others that took him to live in 3 countries and travel to 30. He talks about a basketball coach who called out the greatness in him as he was growing up, and how he himself later in life called out the greatness in incarcerated inmates serving multiple life sentences where he served as chaplain. He shares about the culture shock of each new country he moved to, and how living internationally taught him that family is more than blood relatives. He shows us how to be brave when moments call for us to help those in hard times whether it means the dangers of disaster relief or following the teachings of Jesus that teach us to care for the prisoners. He talks of his radical life change as a young boy, and his his life has never been the same. Stay In Touch:
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