Flight Attendant, Refugee, and a Preacher - Faye Lane

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Flight Attendant, Refugee, and a Preacher

A flight attendant describes how she adjusts her attitude while up in the air; a Vietnamese family is forced to flee from their home to take refuge in an unknown land; and after running out of gas, a young preacher in 1960s Texas ends up in a pool hall.

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15:23
Fireworks from Above

by Faye Lane

A flight attendant describes how she adjusts her attitude while up in the air.

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12:53
Oh Captain, My Captain

by Pha Le

A Vietnamese family is forced to flee from their home to take refuge in an unknown land. 

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12:33
Easter in a Texas Roadhouse

by Wayne Reece

After running out of gas, a young preacher in 1960s Texas ends up in a pool hall

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Extras From This Episode

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Faye Lane during a trip to Costa Rica.

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Pha and his father in 1974 when he was about one year old. Pha says: “We lived in a comfortable appartment in the resort town of Vung Tau. My father was a leutenant by this time and had a great place in the officer area of the town.”

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Pha and two friends posing in front of the playground put together by UNICEF in Indonesia, 1983.

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Wayne during his time in seminary.

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Pha and his father in 1974 when he was about one year old. Pha says: “We lived in a comfortable apartment in the resort town of Vung Tau. My father was a lieutenant by this time and had a great place in the officer area of the town.”

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Pha and his parents in California in 1985. Pha says: “Just the three of us, sharing an apartment with the photographer of this picture and two other men in Pasadena. 5 adults. One child. Two bedrooms. One bathroom.”

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Pha’s entire family last year. Pha says: “My wife, my sons, my parents, my brothers and their fiancés. All together now.”