Eventually Fuchida logged more than ten thousand combat hours. But his closest brush with death was on the ground in
When the war ended, Captain Fuchida returned to his family farm near
How marvelous are God?s ways? An American airman is taken prisoner, is converted, and his testimony leads his captors? ace pilot to Christ. Over a thirty-year span, Captain Fuchida and Sergeant DeShazer traveled together throughout
Learning to love our enemies is so important, something every Christian must strive for. But when we?re fighting deadly enemies, as our nation is today at war, doing so is a miracle?a miracle of restoration and healing that can come only through faith in Christ.
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Today?s BreakPoint offer: The How Now Shall We Live? Devotional is a wonderful Christmas gift for loved ones and friends?and a great way for you to start the new year too! This 365-day devotional will help you live boldly for Christ in today?s world.
?I Am the Praying Mother of Jacob DeShazer ,? Missionary Tidings, April 1957.
Geraldine Hawkins, ? Former Doolittle Raider, POW shares experiences .?
Tom Neven, ? Glory from the Ashes ,? Focus on the Family, 2001.
Learn more about Jacob DeShazer .
Mitsuo Fuchida, ? From Pearl Harbor to Calvary ,? Christian History (first published as ?From Pearl Harbor to
Tech. Sgt. Mark Kinkade, ? Tokyo Raiders ,? Airman, August 2001.
David Seamands, ? The Kamikaze of God ,? Christianity Today,
Gordon William Prange, God?s Samurai: Lead Pilot at Pearl Harbor (Brassey?s, 2003).
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