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We don’t have control over many circumstances in our lives, nor do we understand why bad things happen to us or those around us. But a relationship with God can help us navigate life’s most challenging moments.

This week on the Limitless Spirit Podcast, our host Helen Todd speaks with Dr. Peter Macfield, a family practice doctor who serves patients in Michigan alongside his pediatrician wife, Masuma. They were both born and raised in the Muslim country of Bangladesh where Peter’s devoutly Christian mother served as a medical missionary.

Peter has had a challenging faith journey, including the death of his father at just one and a half years old, meeting and trying to convert his future wife, and the sudden death of his mother while living 8,000 miles away in America. In this episode, we hear how these events brought Peter closer to God, rather than pushing him further away.

4:45 – How Peter personally came to know Jesus

12:25 – Meeting his future wife, a devout Muslim

18:25 – Was Peter’s faith stronger while in Bangladesh, or in America?

21:25 – The death of Peter’s mother

25:20 – How Peter’s faith was test after the loss of his mother

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