Matias Goering was in a desperate situation. His physiotherapy clinic had gone bankrupt, he'd lost his home and his wife who had taken their son.
Desperate, Matias prayed to God. A God he never believed existed.
"I said to Him, 'if You do exist, I need help right now. Not in a few days, or weeks – right now. I don't know what to do.' It was the first time in my life that I prayed."
Goering believes God was listening.
"After a few minutes, the phone rang. It was someone I had worked for in Zurich. He said he needed help installing some physiotherapy equipment."
This led Goering to begin reading the Bible.
Two and a half years later, God spoke to hime again.
Now Goering, a distant relative of Hermann Goering (a decorated World War I pilot who was an aide to Hitler, a member Nazi Party and chairman of the Reichstag, founder the Gestapo and one of the architects of the Final Solution), wears a kippa and keeps kosher, observes Shabbat and wears an orange anti-disengagement bracelet reading 'Jews Don't Evict Jews'.