30 May Episode 27 | Faith Through Life & Health Challenges
Imagine waking up one day, going about your normal routine and maybe something doesn’t feel quite right. So you see your doctor and you get unexpected news that will change your life; diagnosed with a terminal illness. It can be devastating.
On this episode of Good News For The City, Doug Gentile shares how his faith and ministry grew while believing God for his healing. There is Good News, even when given a bad diagnosis.
Doug Gentile is the Founder and President, James 2 Association, one of the few Christian nonprofits with a mission for racial reconciliation and racial unity. He’s the author of several Gospel-based suspense thriller novels and a published secular novel. Doug also wrote The Jeremiah Chronicles, about race relations in the Christian churches.
He’s a Former Federal Civil Rights Officer (retired), with several performance awards, including one from the President of the United States. He’s the Co-founder and former Co-Chair of the Association representing Federal Civil Rights Officers across the USA. Doug is a Volunteer with International Ministry programs for more than 25 years. He’s the father of two wonderful young adult sons, and a baby grandson.