Lisa thought she could trust God. Then she wasn’t so sure when God didn’t act like she thought He should act. Then she found out that no matter how she behaved or what she thought, that God was watching out for her. That He could be trusted. That He always has our good in mind. Click the link to read Lisa’s testimony.
Tami’s life was falling apart. She felt so lost that she tried to take her own life by swallowing a bunch of pills. She almost succeeded. Check out her story.
God delivered David from the homosexual lifestyle and preserved him through two brain aneurysms.
God delivered David from the homosexual lifestyle. God used a Christian who ran a gym—a man who simply left informative Christian newsletters at the exit and entrance. These articles prompted David to read his Bible, and God delivered David and gave him a peace that passes all understanding. Now, God has not only delivered him from the gay lifestyle, but He’s preserved David through two brain aneurysms. David is still going strong; he’s thankful to God for His endless mercy.
Continue to seek God even when times are tough—He will hear your prayers. Check out Laudia’s testimony.
Sometimes it feels as if we’re alone in this world. But as Laudia points out, God honors our prayers when we sincerely seek Him. We can all learn Laudia’s example. Even when times are tough, even when we don’t know why things seem to be going poorly—even then—we need to continue to pray, seek, and ask God for His help. He will be faithful.
Candice prayed—and God heard her prayer.
Sometimes, in our relationship with God, we don’t know what’s best. We know what we want, and we struggle with whether or not it’s the right thing—whether it’s what God really wants for us. Candice loved a man, but he wasn’t a Christian. Check out her prayers and how God answered her.
It’s so easy to claim the title “Christian.” But do our lives really reflect that title?
Here’s a really cool poem from Mike.
It’s so easy to claim the title “Christian.” But do our lives really reflect that title? Do we know what it’s truly like to have a relationship with the God of the Bible? If not, it’s time to start living the life God has in mind for us.
A poem about Rahab that reminds us that God can use any of us, even though we’re weak.
A Christian poem that reminds us that God can use anyone to satisfy His purposes. He uses the lowest of the low. He uses the weakest of the weak. Heck, He even uses me sometimes.
Bryan tells the story of how God molded him into the man God wanted him to be.
Here’s an excerpt from Bryan’s testimony . . . this was a major turning point in his life.
. . . Frantically, I reached out for help but my hand didn’t get above the water and the river was too murky to see anything. I couldn’t determine where I was from the surface. In what seemed to be forever but in all actuality was just a few seconds, I began to realize that I was drowning. My life started to flash through my mind in scenes. I saw my wife and parents and thought about how they would manage without me. I thought about how devastated they would be.
From a hard-core drug dealer to a dedicated follower of the Jesus of the Bible.
Here’s yet another testimony describing the amazing love and mercy of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ. Willie was a hard-core drug dealer. But God was after him and Willie knew it. Read Willie’s story of redemption and know that God can use anyone for His glory, no matter their past.
Our true family is those who do the will of God.
A site reader wrote in and asked about finding his true family.
Simply put, as Christians, our true family is those who do the will of God (Mark 3:33-35). Fellowship with other Christians is imperative to healthy Christian living.