John and Ashely Marsh: “Redemptification”

No one, and no small town, is beyond redemption, or as John and Ashely Marsh like to put it, “redemptification.” Today we present Warren Cole Smith’s interview with the Marshes about their miraculous journey from the edge of drug addiction, divorce, and even suicide to servants of God who have revitalized their home town of Opelika, Alabama—one restored building and one restored life at a time.

Warren Cole Smith originally conducted this interview with John and Ashely Marsh for “Listening In,” a weekly program of WORLD News Group. To learn more about “Listening in,” go to  www.wng.org/listeningin.

And for more on John and Ashely Marsh and their work, visit the Marsh Collective website.


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