Story, Life and Salvation

by Al Tizon

Writer/filmmaker Todd Komarnicki (brother of PRISM editor Kristyn) spoke at homecoming chapel at Wheaton College earlier this month, and lucky for us, it's available to the public.  (click on October 5th, Homecoming Chapel).

A master storyteller, Komarnicki reminds us, through his own faith journey, of the preciousness of life, hope, love, friendship, and family. It inspired me to revisit my own story—something that often gets lost in the busyness of our lives—and to be thankful for the salvation found in Jesus Christ.

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