Jewish Drug Addict to Evangelical Leader - Part 1

Ken Barun, a former self-proclaimed hippie and drug addict from a Jewish family, is the Executive Vice President of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. He owes it all to God. 

In this special episode of Inside The Epicenter, Barun, a friend of The Joshua Fund, shares his incredible story of recovery, working for Nancy Reagan, building McDonald’s charity organization from 300k to 1.6 billion, and his encounter with the Messiah, Jesus Christ. 

Barun’s life is an incredible story of redemption and God’s amazing grace and faithfulness. Listen to this episode to find out more!

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