Bruchko Characters

Bruce Olson
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Bruce Olson

Bruce is a serious man who believes in God and is willing to follow His direction, though he sometimes has to learn lessons along the way. Bruce grows up in a Lutheran home and is taught that God is strict and that worship time is a period of solemnity and quiet. When he visits an interdenominational church with a friend, his eyes are opened to a new way of worship. Though Bruce has already made a private profession of faith, he seeks the knowledge from this new church family. When a missionary speaks to the church, Bruce is appalled at the man's appearance but is soon taken by his message. When it becomes evident that God wants Bruce on the mission field, he objects mightily. When he is initially refused as a missionary by an official organization, Bruce is relieved. Then he realizes that God's lesson in...

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