John Stumbo was an avid runner and outdoorsman before a mysterious illness left him bedridden for 77 days and unable to swallow for over a year. John was forced to resign as a pastor, but he now serves as president of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. In Today’s Conversation with Leith Anderson, John shares about the lessons he learned during his medical crisis.
In this podcast, you’ll be inspired as you hear John share:
- How God used his illness to strengthen his faith and ministry;
- What encouragement he offers to those who do not see healing in their future;
- How the medical crisis impacted his marriage; and
- How God miraculously healed him.
Read a Portion of the Transcript
Leith: Some would say that a theology of suffering is under-developed in the American church and among American Christians. I’m not even sure how I would imagine you would answer this, but if you had a theology of suffering before all this and then after all of this, how do they compare?
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