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Stories of Faith and Hope on Passages and Survivors

Sharing stories of God’s love for all people is Presbyterian Media Mission!

We are helping to change the world one story at a time through God’s love for people.

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ister Helen Prejean of “Dead Man Walking” fame brings home insights in her having worked with the poor that helps her look at Christmas outside all of the consumerism and glitz of our culture.  Listen to her story on the award-winning Passages. Click on the audio file below.

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assages/Survivors are heard daily and weekly on 150 radio stations! Interviews and music are used as a “public service” for radio station listeners. These stories are being heard on our network of stations across North America and into 16 foreign countries. We are hearing from folks via the web who are downloading stories to their phones, Ipods and mp3 players for inspiration and sharing them with others! Some clergy and church leaders are re-telling these stories as inspirational moments. The Passages programs featured here are a handful of over 3,000 stories that Media Mission has produced in over 30 years of providing PASSAGES & Survivors to listeners as a gift from your Presbyterian, Mennonite, and United Methodist friends.

For more information on PASSAGES e-mail us at Gregg.Hartung@presbymediamission.org Associate Producer of Passages (phone 412-697-9211) ,and give Executive Producer Dennis C. Benson a call (616-510-0873) or email at denniscbenson@charter.net

More stories for the holidays from our Passages and Survivors collection of audio files!

Husband and and wife missionary team find themselves in the warm heart of Africa as they share in a simple celebration of Christ’s birth with their Malawian friends.  Click on the audio file below to hear Edith tell the story.

Annette will experience a different Christmas with her parents divorced.  She prepares for spending Christmas in two places and talks about the love she has for her  parents and grandparents.  Listen to her holiday story on Survivors by clicking on the audio file.

Ray a Native American storyteller and author tells a real life Christmas story that happened to his grandmother.  We call it “Grandma’s Moccasins” a story of forgiveness and hope to touch your heart for the holiday.

Mr. Fred Rogers from “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” talks to parents about how to help children with Santa Claus!  Listen to Fred unpack the Christmas spirit of giving and receiving for us.  Click on the audio file below.

Have a blessed Christmas!  May the peace of Christ be with you and your loved ones.  Passages and Survivors are the gift of stories for sharing love and faith with a broken and confused world.

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