In this episode of "The Glenn Beck Podcast," Glenn sat down with New York Times best-selling author Bob Goff, a former attorney of 25 years and founder of a 501(c)3 nonprofit he named after his book, "Love Does."
They discussed Bob's philosophy of asking "What if we weren't afraid anymore?" as a way to inspire people to love those around you and to take a genuine interest in helping one another.
Bob is also recognized as a diplomat by the U.S. Department of State as well as an Honorary Consul for the Republic of Uganda. He told Glenn the incredible story of Charlie, a little boy from Uganda who was abducted and brutally mutilated by a witch doctor for sacrificial purposes. Against all odds, Charlie survived the attack and, through a series of extraordinary events, made a miraculous recovery.
Watch the clip below to hear Charlie's story.
Listen to the full podcast below to catch more of their remarkable conversation about faith, God's love, and the power Christians have available to them through salvation.
Ep. 27 | Bob Goff | The Glenn Beck Podcast youtu.be
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