Tags: belief

8000 miles: Stepping out in faith
–Albert’s Story

Albert

Albert’s desire to reach others with the gospel of Jesus Christ led him to leave his homeland of Zimbabwe to study at a Christian college in the U.S. Even though he had little funding and no clear plan of how his dream would be fulfilled, he stepped out in faith to see God provide in…

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Finding relief from uncontrollable anger
– John’s Story

Bitterness, anger, resentment—John had a mass of tangled emotions inside him from his difficult youth. No matter how hard he tried not to, he still ended up lashing out at the people he loved. Find out how God turned John’s life around and how He can change your life, too! We would like to thank…

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Learning together in Christ
– Kevin’s Story

Kevin

Following Kevin’s search for truth, he made the decision to follow Christ wholeheartedly, a choice that changed his life forever! Learn how God sustained and nurtured one man’s faith and used it in a powerful way to help others grow in their walk with God. We would like to thank Maranatha Bible & Missionary Bible…

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8000 miles: Stepping out in faith
– Albert’s Story

Albert

Albert’s desire to reach others with the gospel of Jesus Christ led him to leave his homeland of Zimbabwe to study at a Christian college in the U.S. Even though he had little funding and no clear plan of how his dream would be fulfilled, he stepped out in faith to see God provide in…

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Getting real with God
–Chris’s Story

Chris

For many people, especially adults, it takes a serious wake-up call to turn their life over to Jesus Christ. For Christopher, it was a near collision with a Navy ship when his life was graciously spared. Christopher’s dramatic story of salvation will encourage you to “get real” with God, wherever you are in your spiritual…

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Finding true freedom in Christ
–Kathy’s Story

Kathy

Kathy grew up in Hungary, a country brutalized under Communist rule. After fleeing to the United States in 1956, she found freedom from oppression. But it wasn’t long before Kathy fell victim to another form of captivity . . .

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