The testimony of a person deeply involved in Buddhism and how they came to know Jesus.
This testimony tells the story of a person deeply enmeshed in Buddhism and how they came to find the Jesus of the Bible.
I was born to a poor family that consisted of my mom and grandparents in a remote village of Wangdue District, in the kingdom of Bhutan. At the age of 10, my mom had passed away leaving me with grandparents.
My Life & Redemption
A short testimony demonstrating the dangers of synthetic marijuana.
It’s been around for a while now. Some people call it synthetic marijuana. Some call it fake pot. Some call it, well, I have no idea what else people call it. What I do know is that it can be dangerous, as this short testimony demonstrates.
Fake Pot Sucks
Satisfaction can’t be found in relationships, drugs, jobs—it can only be found in a relationship with the Jesus of the Bible.
Jeffrey looked for happiness in a lot of places. He tried marriage and having a family. But his marriage ended in divorce. He tried drugs. He tried other relationships. He tried different jobs. Nothing provided lasting satisfaction. Finally he tried Jesus. The rest is history.
Jeffrey’s Christian Testimony
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.
David’s Christian Testimony
Without God, live means nothing. Victoria discovered that—I hope you do too.
Victoria’s brief Christian testimony demonstrates that without God, our lives are meaningless.
Victoria’s Christian Testimony
Imagine if you had financial troubles, marriage problems, children on drugs—would you still trust God? Cheryl’s story.
Cheryl has been put through the fire. God’s saints often experience such trials. Cheryl dealt with financial difficulties; God brought her through. She suffered through severe marital challenges; God healed her marriage. She watched her son get strung out on drugs and stay on them for twenty years; God healed him of his addictions. Cheryl is still praising God through all of it. Amazing. Let’s hope we have such strong faith when faced with life’s trials—trials that are guaranteed to come.
Cheryl’s Christian Testimony
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.
Laudia’s Christian Testimony
Sarah partied, did drugs, broke the law . . . until the Jesus of the Bible changed her life forever.
Sarah lived for herself for a time. She partied, did drugs, broke the law—until she met someone who changed her life forever—Jesus Christ.
Sarah’s Christian Testimony
Homosexuality, drug addiction, abuse . . . God loves to deliver people from all such evils.
It’s hard to describe what Jeremiah’s been through. Here’s an excerpt from his story:
We don’t realize that sex can be an drug as well as an addiction and it became an addiction for me too. I used it in search of love and just to feel safe and fit in with others. I sold my soul and body to the flames of same sex relationships and they grew to where I couldn’t even go to sleep at night for guys knocking at my door.
Jeremiah’s Christian Testimony
James’ personal testimony will amaze you. Find out how his life was transformed by the Jesus of the Bible.
This testimony will make you think, “No way. This can’t be true.” Finish reading it—maybe you’ll be convinced of its veracity. Here’s a short excerpt:
I had my own body shop and all the drugs I wanted and I thought life was going really good. I began selling heroin, cocaine, meth, and weed by the pounds. Again much partying led to more trouble with the law and I finally had to sign the shop back over to the man I was buying it from. I went to Missouri, Tennessee, and Mississippi causing trouble. In Mississippi, I was living on a house boat and I got involved in killing two people over drugs. Not willing to face these charges, I began to run again.
James Hogancamp Personal Testimony