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!
Sometimes, even after we taste the goodness of God, we go our own way. It doesn’t make sense. It’s confounding behavior. But we still do it. Thankfully, the God we serve is a compassionate God, full of grace and mercy. He waits for us to return to Him. He waits with open arms. He calls us to Him. He gives us every reason to come back. But ultimately, the choice is ours. What will we choose? Life? Or death? Elizabeth chose life. What will you choose?
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.
Robby’s testimony sounds eerily familiar. He knew God, but he ran from Him. I did the same. Sometimes it’s easier to doubt than it is to have faith. But God is not a God to easily give up on His people. He loves us and He wants us to return to Him. Click the link below to read Robby’s testimony.
Angel’s life of confusion was transformed into a life of normalcy and peace by Jesus Christ.
I was harassed daily–physically and mentally. I was unable to sleep, bombarded with impure thoughts and threatened to the point of fear. I was hearing voices outside and within my mind, and feeling sensations on parts of myself.
Nikhil came from a Hindu family in India. This is the story of how he found Jesus. It’s also a story of the faithfulness of Jesus to those who love Him. Click the link below to read Nikhil’s testimony.
Michael spent a lot of years in the Navy fighting, drinking, doing drugs . . . and Christians were the most annoying people to him. He constantly persecuted the Christians on board his ship, ridiculing them and calling them names. But like Nicodemus coming to Jesus in secret, Michael wanted to know what made these Christians tick. And, like Nicodemus, he wanted what they had. Click the link below to read Michael’s personal testimony.