Miracle in Madagascar

Skeptics say there are no genuine Christian heroes who live their lives only to serve Jesus and those most in need.

Humanists contend that we don’t need to believe in God to be virtuous. They aspire to be “Good without a God.”

Atheists argue that the world has evolved beyond the need for Christianity and that we will all be better off when we stop believing in the “God myth.”

The life story of Themi Adamopoulo is powerful evidence that the skeptics, humanists, and atheists are wrong.

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  In 1964, Themi and The Flies, a Beatles-type band, took Australia by storm. Two years later, Themi entered Melbourne University and became a neo-Marxist academic.

 After a personal tragedy, Themi’s rock star, atheist persona was shattered. Over a few months, a series of Divine visions changed a young man from a lost soul into a servant of Jesus Christ. He earned degrees in theology at some of the most prestigious universities in America and became a distinguished scholar.

 In the late 1990s, events led Themi to follow another path, serving the poor in his native Africa. Since 2008, Bishop Themi has battled Ebola and foes, both earthly and spiritual, to feed, educate and offer the love of Jesus to thousands of West African people through his Holy Orthodox Mission in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

Excerpts from Themi – Apostle To The Hungry

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