He spoke with both hard-core skeptics and devoted Christians and met some people who tell stories of bonafide miracles.Like Barbara Snyder, who suffered from progressive multiple sclerosis for sixteen years and entered hospice care with six months to live. She holds a B.S. You could say Lee was making bank off of his skepticism.It was during his stretch at The Chicago Tribune that he researched Christianity and consequently — surprisingly — became a Christian.“But after I came to faith, my skepticism and my skeptical nature didn’t disappear. His journey from skeptical atheism to Christianity is chronicled in his most well-known book and now PureFlix movie, But now, almost 40 years later, Lee is back to investigating miracles. One day, she heard a distinct, male voice — one she says was authoritative and compassionate — say, “My child, get up and walk!”Only Barbara, her aunt and two friends were in the room. Lee Strobel has been praying for a miracle for his wife, Leslie, for years.
he did. Lee Patrick Strobel (born January 25, 1952) is an American Christian author and a former investigative journalist. It’s kind of part of my DNA,” Lee explains.We’ve all heard stories of people who suspect they’ve met an angel, like some good samaritan who stopped to help them with car trouble but seemingly disappeared before trading names. Nevertheless, the Strobels’ faith is stronger than ever. She lives to serve the Lord, experience the world, and eat macaroni and cheese in between capturing life’s greatest moments on one of her favorite cameras. Daughter Abandoned By Dad at 2-Yrs-Old Finds Out He Has “New Kids.” Her Response Teaches a Powerful Lesson in Forgiveness.Dad Sues Abortion Clinic Who Killed His Unborn Baby in Unprecedented Case, Supreme Court Ruling Anticipated“You Weren’t Created to Settle”: 23 Qualities of a Guy Worth Marrying“What Were My Rights in the Womb?”: Abortion Survivors Speak Out on Late-Term Abortion LawsThe Reason These NICU Preemies Are Marked With Special Signs Is Absolutely BreathtakingFaithit is on a mission to tip the scale and shed more light in dark places. Leslie suffers from fibromyalgia and deals with varying degrees of pain every single day. We believe we must keep telling the stories of God at work in the world — whether or not they’re technically miracles — lest people think He’s not working.“I think our experiences are a form of evidence in and of itself,” says Lee. Many Evangelicals think of Lee Strobel as the man who can cure your doubts about their religion. His 1998 book, The Case for Christ, has sold millions of … Emily tweets @emilygehman and blogs at Shattered Magazine © Copyright 2018 Shattered Media, Inc. Exams and x-rays confirmed everything was strangely, miraculously, back to normalThat was in 1981, and Barbara has never experienced a recurrence of her illness.Barbara’s is just one of the stories Lee encountered in his research.He also spoke with scholar and author Tom Doyle, who tells amazing stories about the dreams — miracles — happening in the Middle East. His faith-journey is also the plot line of a new movie based around his best selling novel The Case for Christ. … I think there’s something powerful and persuasive about a person’s testimony.”Back to Lee’s wife, Leslie, who has fibromyalgia. The real Lee Strobel also once kicked a hole in the living room wall during an argument with his wife, a moment that his young daughter Alison witnessed. You’d think that, but you’d be wrong.But (spoiler alert!) And how credible really are some of these accounts?’ ”So, Lee set out to examine the possibility actual miracles might be happening —to see if God is really still active in this way.