It's difficult to overstate the role the Bible has played in Levasheff’s life. "For me, biblical literacy has been essential to knowing how to navigate life,” she said. It helped her to deal with the unexpected and overwhelming loss of her son. Then, thanks to a game show, it became a means to perpetuating his legacy.
“The passage that often comes to mind,” she said, “is John chapter 16 verse 33: In this world you will have trouble. But take heart. I have overcome the world.”
To view an award-winning documentary about Judson Levasheff’s life and legacy, visit: http://judsonslegacy.com/Judsons-Eyes
For casting information, or to watch an episode from the first season of "The American Bible Challenge," visit: http://gsntv.com/shows/the-american-bible-challenge/videos/
David Ward is a writer living in Salt Lake City. Contact him at email@example.com.
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