In the 4th century, a man by the name of Maewyn Succat made history. Born into a wealthy family in Britain, he was taken as a prisoner at the age of 16. You know him better as St. Patrick, famous for his extensive missionary work in Ireland, where he converted over 135,000 people, established 300 churches, and consecrated 350 bishops. He died on March 17, 461. Today we’re talking about this time in history and this man, not as a Catholic “Saint,” but as a saint (as we all are in Christ), who is credited early on in our history for turning the hearts of pagans to Jesus Christ.
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In Segment 2, we’re studying the Book of Genesis. Join us as teacher Connie Stampfl takes us verse-by-verse through this foundational book. Be sure to download the separate podcast and the notes in our Bible study tab on the menu.
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