John Leopold was a tailor in Augsburg, Germany during the sixteenth century. He responded to the gospel message of the Anabaptist church, a movement coming out of the Protestant Reformation with a bold stance for adult baptism. It was an outlawed Protestant sect and Leopold was arrested and condemned to death for his faith. His final cry could have been ‘My God, Thee Will I Praise’, an early Anabaptist hymn that Leopold wrote, and our prayer today on Hugs From Heaven.

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Moira Brown

With over 40 years of broadcast experience, Moira is known and loved across Canada. Best known for her work on 100 Huntley Street, Moira now offers daily encouragement with her Faith Strong Today podcast Hugs From Heaven, sharing her life experiences and interests in her warm, show-and-tell style.

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