168. “The Insanity Of God: A True Story Of Faith Resurrected” By Nik Ripken

168. “. . . By the time of his father’s release from prison, Stoyon had completed his military service, and he found work in a foundry and started pursuing his theology studies through a correspondence school. His goal was to become a pastor himself. His plans were delayed, however, when the police broke into his apartment and destroyed his books and sermons. . . .” ~ Nik Ripken

Erskin’s song: “Is He worth it?”


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