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Michael Franzese Interview (second) : Icons of Faith Series

Pastor and evangelist Greg Laurie sits down with former mafia crime family member Michael Franzese. In his past life, Michael was one of the richest and most powerful mobsters of his day, earning tens of millions of dollars from various criminal enterprises, but this is not the most incredible thing about Michael Franzese. By God’s grace, the impossible happened in Michael’s life: he quit the mob and lived. Christ transformed him from hardened criminal to follower of Christ. This is an amazing and encouraging story giving hope that no one is beyond Christ and His transformative power.

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The Icons of Faith Interview Series is conducted at Harvest Ministries with pastor and evangelist Greg Laurie. The Icons of Faith Interview Series seeks to touch upon all aspects of the Christian faith, including, but not limited to, doctrine and testimony. The subjects of this series are all individuals who have contributed in some way to the Christian community. However, the views expressed in these interviews do not necessarily reflect the views of Harvest Christian Fellowship, Harvest Crusades, or Greg Laurie.

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