Testimonies

 

Testimonies demonstrate. Testimonies prove. Testimonies encourage. The greatest testimony of all time is an ancient writing tradition calls The Gospel of John. It was written so that we, the readers, may believe that Jesus is the Christ, and that by believing we may have life (John 20:31). The testimonies of that life in Jesus continue, from the Book of Acts, to A Narrative of the Lord's Dealings with George Müller, The Cross and the Switchblade, and on and on, including countless unpublished personal stories. This page is a growing collection of personal testimonies.

Rosemary's Ride Home

Rosemary’s Ride Home

Our oldest children, Daniel and Rosemary, attend a church that was planted in Fort Collins, Colorado by a few families from the Antioch Church movement, which is headquartered in Texas ...
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An Airplane Conversation

An Airplane Conversation

As much as apologetics are useful and brilliant, I have not met many believers who were miraculously born again via a reasoned argument for the legitimacy of Christian theology. I ...
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The Calling

The Calling

The thought of God revealing Himself in a supernatural, i.e. miraculous, way to any of us in our modern age is almost beyond comprehension for the sophisticated mind. Yes, one ...
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That Woman Spoke English

That Woman Spoke English

When I was 21 years old I had one of those "once in a lifetime" adventures wherein I was part of a group of people that delivered a donated school ...
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Always Ready To Give The Answer

Always Ready To Give The Answer

My mom has an uncanny ability to make me uncomfortable. I’ve learned deep truths about the Lord and how to live with Him through her—many through moments with her that ...
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Hearing God's Voice

Hearing God’s Voice

My first year of college was the defining year of discovering the voice of God. As a child I had always wanted to love Jesus. I shared the gospel with ...
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The Woman on the Bus

The Woman on the Bus

Greyhound buses in the 1980's were a humble--no miserable--form of cross country travel. It took around 36 hours to make the 1,200 mile trip from San Luis Obispo, California to ...
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The Teapot

The Teapot

This is the tale of the teapot. Hebrews 11 (God’s Hall of Faith) recounts God’s blessing and working in the lives of his faithful people in the past. Psalm 78:4 ...
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