Gary relates a few memories of Marshall Foster and how he was instrumental in the beginnings of American Vision.
In 1976, Dr. Marshall Foster founded the World History Institute, a nonprofit educational foundation, to teach the biblical and historical foundations of liberty. Dr. Foster trained tens of thousands through live seminars in 40 states, Canada, and Europe. He was the co-host of a weekly syndicated radio broadcast entitled “The Story of Liberty” which reached hundreds of thousands of Americans.
The World History Institute produced numerous educational seminars. The 12-part video series entitled Terror to Triumph covers the growth and impact of Christianity over the past 2000 years. This series is being used in churches, schools and home Bible studies throughout the country.
In collaboration with actor Kirk Cameron, Marshall was co-producer for the film, Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure, which was released in theaters nationwide in March 2012. The basis of the film revolves around the National Monument to the Forefathers in Plymouth. The film traces the heroic and harrowing travels of the early Pilgrims and encounters the unlikely men and women who risked everything for liberty. Marshall also co-produced Kirk’s 2013 film Unstoppable, as well as other popular films and documentaries.
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Marshall died on July 22, 2022 from pancreatic cancer. Gary relates a few of his own memories of Marshall and how he was instrumental in the beginnings of American Vision. Marshall was a gifted storyteller and one of the best at teaching America’s providential history using stories and vivid detail. The episode concludes with a short compilation of Marshall doing what he did best: teaching history with stories.