President Ronald Reagan reached out to his dying father-in-law in hopes the older man would give his life to Christ before passing from this world, a recently uncovered letter shows, offering a rare look at the late president’s faith in God.
On Sept. 11, 2001, longtime CBS News writer/producer Greg Kandra arrived at the network’s West 57th Street New York City office, having mentally run through the things he had to do that day. Immediately, he noticed his colleagues looking out the ninth floor window towards downtown Manhattan. Everyone could see the smoke from where the unimaginable had happened: two airplanes crashing into the Twin Towers. The day’s plans were quickly put aside.
Before the father of 17-year-old Marqos was killed, Marqos didn’t think too much about God. His mother described him as a “difficult teenager.” But when he heard about how his father, Baghat, had refused to deny Christ and as Marqos thought about how his father has lived his faith, his heart began to change. Recently, our team in Egypt visited Marqos and his mother, Fawziya. Together, they share how God is moving in the midst of their tragedy to draw them closer to Him.
Robert Lewandowski almost single-handedly took the Polish national team to the World Cup in Russia. Scoring 16 goals, he became the top scorer in the world cup qualifiers. Besides being a great footballer, this Polish international is also a profoundly religious man and is not ashamed of proclaiming his faith in Jesus Christ.