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Encountering God on the Wahine

The sinking of the Lyttelton–Wellington ferry Wahine on 10 April 1968 was New Zealand’s worst modern maritime disaster. Fifty-one people lost their lives that day, another died several weeks later and a 53rd victim died in 1990 from injuries sustained in the wreck.

Rasik Ranchord survived the disaster and describes his experience as the greatest encounter of God he's ever experienced.

Part one

Part two

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