12. Grief and gratitude, with Professor Prabhu Guptara

Episode 12 January 23, 2021 00:36:13
12. Grief and gratitude, with Professor Prabhu Guptara
The Testimony Podcast
12. Grief and gratitude, with Professor Prabhu Guptara

Jan 23 2021 | 00:36:13


Show Notes

My guest for this episode is a man who has had an international career working in academia, broadcasting, and business consultancy. For over twenty years he was employed at the very highest level by the Swiss bank UBS, advising on threats and opportunities to their busienss. 

After a long journey of faith, as someone who is passionate about his homeland, India, he became a Hindu follower of Jesus. As such he recognises Jesus as his Lord and saviour but his identity, and especially his national identity is as an Indian and so a Hindu, and in this conversation he addresses the issue of why a Hindu should follow Jesus.

In his life, Prabhu has enjoyed challenge and success, grief and joy, and in this conversation we explore how to live with unresolved questions, how to focus on our blessings, and how any follower of Jesus might take up their cross and follow him. This episode is a conversation with, publisher, and poet and business consultant Prabhu Guptara, and our conversation reflects the emotion and passion that he feels about the joys and challenges of his life.

This is his story.

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