After waking up for 10 straight years and instantly fueling his addiction, Joseph finally cried out to Jesus. He experienced complete and immediate freedom from his bondage.
This is a short but very sweet testimony.
It reminds me how much I have to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving day.
Melinda tried to hide from God. But He continued to remind her that He was always there, waiting for her to return to Him.
Looking back through the archives I found this story. It was from 2012.
In 2020 I wrote to Shannon to ask her how it was going. She responded with this.
Wow, can’t believe it’s been 8 years since I wrote that, my journey is still going, I have this really awesome & deep relationship with God now and he has done so many amazing things that last eight years!Shannon
Check out her testimony.
Julien recently sent in her testimony. It’s a moving story of a multi-year struggle through challenging times that ultimately culminates in a life-changing relationship with the Jesus of the Bible.
Justin was looking at some time. Prison time, that is. Three to five years. But he prayed, and God listened.
I love that Kathy sent us this testimony of God’s grace and lovingkindness. It’s not long, it’s not crazy, but it’s such a God-thing. He loves us.
Remember, if you haven’t sent us YOUR testimony (of how you were saved or of a way God worked in your life), we want it!
Read this amazing story story of an abortion survivor. Yeah, you read that right.
Before Melissa was born, her tiny body was soaked in a solution of toxic saline for five days. The abortionist was attempting to perform a saline-induced abortion. But when labor was induced, she arrived in the world—very much alive.
Renee submitted her testimony recently (really) and as I read it, I was thinking, “This isn’t fair.” But I appreciate Renee’s attitude about her own situation.
Enter a series of God-intervening events that brought intense pain, bewilderment and trauma but which I see now as very loving.
Jai’s testimony reminded me that our God works in a variety of ways. It also reminded me that He cares about each and every one of us, whether we know it or not.