Cork Hutson - Part 2: (Marijuana, New Age) A stranger witnesses to Cork at his garage sale. Cork starts his bus ride, gets off in Omaha where another stranger gives him a pamphlet on the street. Cork reads the pamphlet and is saved in his hotel room. He goes home, joins a Bible study and meets Susan, the pastor's daughter. They marry and continue in ministry.
Cork Hutson - Part 1: (Hypocrisy, Deception) Growing up, Cork sees hypocrisy in his mainline church and throws God aside. He joins the Navy and sinks into drinking and debauchery until an accident brings him to his senses. After he's discharged he goes to college in the Northwest. Searching for truth, he wallows in cultist beliefs and lives with a woman who has two children. But God begins drawing Cork to Himself as the first part ends.
3344 Ron Kimmel: (Tuberculosis, Overcomer) Ron contracts tuberculosis as a child but overcomes the disease and the 2-year setback. Parochial school gives him a love for God but no relationship with Christ. After high school he joins the air force and does well. After he's discharged he finds a job where the boss talks about Jesus and Ron goes to hear an evangelist. He is saved. He marries Sandy and they have two sons. Unable to go into ministry, Ron works hard and builds a successful company. His son becomes a missionary.
3343 J. A. Williams: (Alcoholism, 1900s) J. A. Williams learned to drink from watching his father while they worked together at their saw mill. Though alcohol had no obvious effect on his father, J. A. was prone to drunkenness. He made questionable decisions, including the purchase of a wild horse. One drunken evening, he rode the horse against his friends' advice and was nearly killed. He then reexamined his life and made a covenant with his mother to never touch liquor again. After attending a series of church meetings, he made the choice to receive Christ and went on to become a minister with his own radio broadcast for shut-ins.