|Wooing Wooton||Something Significant||Life, in the Third Person, Part 1|
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Trent is under the impression that he needs to do big things to touch people's hearts. Fortunately for Trent, Whit offers him the chance to take a trip in the Imagination Station, to show him even that even smallest actions can make a big difference.
On his adventure, he meets Anna Warner, who runs a small house fellowship, Amy Carmichael, an Irish woman who helped rescue temple slave girls in Asia and John Fitzgerald Kennedy, who kept his navy company alive while they were stranded on a dessert island.
- How can people complete small tasks for God today?
|Amy Carmichael||Bernadette Sullivan|
|Anna Warner||Bettina Bush|
|John Fitzgerald Kennedy||Keith Ferguson|
|John Whittaker||Paul Herlinger|
|Trent DeWhite||Corey Padnos|
QuotesImagination Station: India 1913
Trent DeWhite: Uh nice. Smells like spices here.
Trent DeWhite: You mean... You wrote this. You wrote Jesus Loves Me?
Anna Warner: Well, I haven't really titled it.
Trent DeWhite: Do you know how many people will hear this song?
Anna Warner: What do you mean?
Trent DeWhite: Kids in churches all over the world will sing it and everyone will know it.
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