What happens when a person lives life completely surrendered to God to their last breath? What kind of legacy is left? Renowned native Hawaiian musician, producer, and playwright Randy Hongo, beloved by many in Hawaii and across the globe recently went home to be with the Lord after a long battle with cancer. Along with his wife, Gay they ministered for 35 years with Christian Vision. One of Randy’s lasting legacies is the musical drama he wrote “Glory in His Soul” the story of Henry Opukaha`ia, a Hawaiian who passed away 200 years ago – who’s memoirs sparked the American missionary movement not only in Hawaii, but across the continents.
Gay Hongo and Chey Sanders join us. “Glory in His Soul” a musical drama with original songs by Randy Hongo based on The Memoirs of Obookiah is directed by Chey Sanders a teacher, director, writer, actress and life coach for over 30 years. Chey graduated from the University of Hawaii, Manoa with BA in Secondary Education/Drama and Theatre doing her student teaching under Ron Bright. She holds an MA in Communication, Radio, Television, and Film and a MA in Marriage and Family Counseling from Soutwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
John 12:24 Jesus says, “Very truly I tell you, unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But If it dies, it produces many seeds.”