Leader of Pearl Harbor Attack Later Converted to Christ; One of the Doolittle Raiders Converts to Christ and Learns to Forgive
Leader of Pearl Harbor Attack, Turned Christian Evangelist
By: Shane Morris|Published: December 8, 2014 5:25 PM
This Japanese military man had, as Bennett puts it, "embraced the God of his enemies."
"When I mention this to people," he told me, "nearly everyone is quite shocked, not only that it happened, but that [they've] never heard about it."
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After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Corporal Jacob DeShazer became a man bent on revenge. As a bombardier in the Army Air Corps, he volunteered for a top secret mission and flew with the legendary Doolittle Raiders in their surprise attack on Japan. After successfully bombing their targets, the Raiders were forced to bail out over occupied China. Jake and seven other airmen were captured by the Japanese and imprisoned. He survived nearly 3 1/2 years as a POW, enduring torture, starvation, and solitary confinement. During that time, Jake began a personal relationship with God, and his life was never the same. Learn more of Jake DeShazer's unforgettable story in this special 3-part DVD. Time: 1 hr 21 min 2007
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