When faced with the impossible, John A. Smith’s mother refused to give up. Don’t miss the miraculous true story behind Breakthrough Movie and the reminder that faith + love can make a life-changing difference.
This question was asked by one of my kids as we were watching the movie Apollo 13.
It had been decades since the events the movie portrayed... the astronaut grew up during the Great Depression ... he was an experienced fighter pilot during the Korean War... Not knowing the answer, I googled the character Tom Hanks was playing.
Well, my friends, it was a delightful surprise to read he was alive and well...
And it was even more delightful when Captain Jim Lovell, the Spacecraft Commander of Apollo 13, the mission meant to be the third moon landing attempt, but infamously was cut short, agreed to join me on our podcast.
My friends, on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, why not celebrate the epic moment in history with a man who lived it?
Anywhere you listen to podcasts, check out the Live Inspired podcast episode with Jim Lovell. He’ll share the remarkable story of his life. And you’ll not only be inspired by it, but connected to the gravitas of this significant anniversary.
One small step for man. One giant leap for mankind.
Are you struggling to make sense of suffering? Have you lost your faith? Have you stopped believing in miracles? If so, you have to hear this story!
After falling into an icy lake, John Smith spent 15 minutes underwater, trapped below the ice. He did not take a breath for over an hour. He was declared dead; yet today he shares his miraculous story recently featured in the major film Breakthrough Movie. Join us.