We Decided to Answer God’s Call

I had been going to fellowship for about five years. The Word I had learned had changed my life and brought me a wonderful wife. We were Advanced Class graduates serving as household fellowship coordinators in our area, but spiritually we felt we had reached a plateau. We felt like God was calling us to do something different. That is when we decided to serve in our ministry’s outreach program as Way Disciples. It took believing God’s Word and practicing what we had learned in the Intermediate Class about making the decision to do the Word to successfully answer that call.

The day after we made this decision, my wife was in a car wreck that totaled one of our cars. God protected her, and it was clear to us that the adversary did not like the decision we had made. What was meant to intimidate us motivated us instead.

We also had the issue of an apartment lease we needed to get out of. The plan was to move in with my mother-in-law for a couple of months before going Way Disciple in order to help cut expenses and save money. If someone came along needing an apartment like ours at the time we were planning to move out, it would be drastically less expensive for us to break the lease than if the apartment had to sit empty after we moved out, accruing penalty fees.

We also had another car that we were leasing. We felt it would be wiser to cut this expense, so we began looking for someone to take over the lease.

Additionally, we needed to save money so that we could peacefully get started in our assigned location once commissioned.

These were by far the biggest obstacles in the financial and planning realms that we had ever faced, and there were unmovable deadlines to meet that were only months away. I remember going to the Word to help get fully persuaded of God’s willingness and ability to help us.

I began claiming Philippians 4:19, which says, “But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” I also remembered that love fuels believing (Galatians 5:6) and that love never fails (I Corinthians 13:8). I also knew that God wants us to speak His Word to others (II Corinthians 5:20). I was convinced that if I could identify the motivation for my desire to have God meet these needs with my love for Him and His people and my desire to do His will, then He would absolutely energize His promises that I was claiming.

We started taking believing action. We spoke with the leasing office at our apartment complex, we networked through friends and family to see who was interested in leasing a car, we started shopping around to replace our other car, and we told everyone along the way why we were doing these things—because we were going on a six-month outreach program to share God’s Word with people and to teach them how to walk with His power. In addition, my wife and I prayed together and encouraged each other with the Word daily.

All the details started coming together beautifully. It was so inspiring to see the promises of God we had read in our Bibles become a reality in our lives. We found a great car, we found someone to assume the lease on the other car, someone moved into our apartment right after we moved out, we were able to save the money we needed, and we had a lot of open doors to speak the Word along the way.

God called us to serve as Way Disciples, and as we decided to answer that call, we worked together with God through the details, and He brought the deliverance. Serving as Way Disciples that year was one of the most memorable and spiritually catalyzing experiences of our lives, and we were able to do it because God honored the Word we believed—the Word we had been taught in this ministry.

The Tithe Still Provides

Life Is More Fulfilling!

God has always provided for our family since we decided to believe and implement the principle of abundantly sharing and the keys to financial liberty that The Way Ministry teaches from God’s Word. This last year, our family has had the opportunity to believe God in a bigger way in the financial realm than ever before.

It was becoming more and more evident that our family needed a parent to be home more often. Two parents working full time was adding extra pressure, to say the least. Our special-needs son and other two children were beginning to have needs that we were not able to meet. We could see that it was best for our children for me (Mom) to quit working and stay home, but financially it was going to cut our income in half and seemed impossible at first! We kept discussing and praying. The answer became quite evident that it would be the best spiritually, so we all got like-minded and decided to claim God’s promises of abundance and stay focused on Psalms 37:3-5:

Trust in the Lord, and do good; so shalt thou dwell in the land, and verily thou shalt be fed.
Delight thyself also in the Lord; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart.
Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass.

When the timing became evidently right, I quit my job!

Since then, more avenues of help for our special-needs son have opened up, and he has improved tremendously. ALL of our children have improved and flourished in their spiritual growth, academics, and extracurricular activities that they were not able to do before. There is so much less pressure on the family in general, making for a more peaceful home. We are now able to focus more on our heart’s desire of giving by way of being assistant fellowship coordinators.

Every time money got tight, we continued to claim God’s promises of abundance and we continued to practice the principle of tithing and abundant sharing. And guess what. The solution was always there just in time. God is never late! Incoming bills were drastically reduced for no “apparent” reason, and money came unexpectedly from refunds and discounts from the most incredible sources, way beyond what our physical senses could imagine. Dad got more side jobs, which pay more but require less work. I now get paid money to provide services for our special-needs son that would have been paid to someone else to care for him. Dad got a huge raise “just because.” We have continued to live debt-free! Not only that—we were able to save money to go on vacation to the Power of Prayer Camp at Camp Gunnison, buy a better vehicle for Dad, AND a vehicle for one of the boys. Now, a year later, we are making just a little less than the amount of income we made before; but I am still at home and the family is still enjoying that benefit with more abundance and life is more fulfilling. God is AWESOME!

I Decided to Trust God and Tithe

I had just gone through a rough divorce and had moved into a home I really couldn’t afford. I kept my heat at sixty degrees and kept the lights off as much as possible to save money. I had a full-time job, plus I worked side jobs to try to pay the bills. I was also paying child support and really struggling. I would get my son on weekends, and sometimes we would go to the grocery store and eat sample food just so I could feed him. I was going to a local church, and I would pray to God for a way out and to meet a new lady friend to keep me company.

In December 1998, I was introduced to my now wonderful wife by a guy I knew at work. He and his wife were friends with her, and they were in The Way Ministry. We met up that year at my company’s Christmas party. After the party, we met at his house, and I was witnessed to. Soon after, I attended my first fellowship.

I learned about tithing and took the Foundational Class. I didn’t have enough money to pay my bills, much less give 10 percent to God. With encouragement from fellow believers and the truths from Malachi 3:10, I decided to trust God and tithe. Not long after I started to tithe, I was not only enjoying my now wife’s company, but I sold my house in an upside-down market that no one walking by their five senses thought I would make any money in. I made enough money to not only pay off my mortgage but also my Jeep. I moved into an apartment close to work, which saved me gas money, and it only cost about half of my previous mortgage payment. I continued going to fellowship and taking all the classes, and I attended the Advanced Class in 2000. After all that, I was out of debt, and I married my wonderful wife in 2002. My wife is my best friend, and we continue to go to fellowship together. We have three boys; the youngest is in high school and doing quite well.

I thank the ministry for teaching me how to believe and apply God’s matchless Word in every situation in life.

A Powerful, Life-Changing Resource

I Know How to Get Clarity

I had a hunger to know more about God, and I was searching when I was introduced to The Way Ministry. I was always fascinated with the Bible. I loved reading the Bible and studying God’s Word. But sometimes it became very frustrating when I would read something and couldn’t understand it because it made no sense to me.

I subsequently learned in the Foundational Class that God’s Word will always interpret itself, either in the verse or in the context or in how it was used before somewhere else in the Bible, which makes it clear. So I know now how to get clarity on a passage that is unclear to me. With perseverance I can find the correct interpretation in the Word of God itself.

The Word I was taught was life-changing for me because it opened my eyes on how I viewed God and how I saw my relationship with Him.

I now know that I can be bold in dealing with situations. And it is not about being prideful or arrogant or haughty or thinking that I am better than anyone else. It is about the confidence I have in knowing God’s Word, which is His will, and knowing who I am in Christ Jesus. This allows me to face any circumstance with the assurance of victory by applying God’s Word. II Timothy 2:15 reads:

Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

I can now understand what is meant when the Bible says, “rightly dividing the word of truth.” If we wrongly divide God’s Word, this leads to errors. The Foundational Class has taught me several things:

  • It taught me how to know God’s Word, which is His will.
  • It taught me who we are and what we should expect as children of God.
  • It taught me how to experience God’s love.
  • It taught me how to become a born-again believer in Jesus Christ.
  • It brought clarity on God’s Word rightly divided.
  • It encouraged me to stay in the Word and study it carefully and diligently.
  • It showed me how to apply the Word of God to situations and in experiences.

This Foundational Class has taught me so much, and I can’t begin to imagine the depth that the other classes will bring to my understanding.

The Great Principles that God Teaches Us

At the age of thirteen, I had my first opportunity to attend a household fellowship, accompanying my mother, who was invited during an outreach activity. From that moment, I felt like a member in this great Body whose head is Jesus Christ! Soon I gained access to a powerful resource made available by our ministry, which is the foundational class on The Way of Abundance and Power. It was during that wonderful time that I learned in depth the great principles that God teaches us through His Word, principles that to this very day I try to apply with a fervent effort. They have given me victory in completely adverse situations. I wanted, and I still want, to start a family whose main standard for living is God and His Word.

I have seen God’s hand so beautifully in my life. I wanted to take advantage of all the resources, and I desired that my closest loved ones could also take advantage of them. I saw how God opened doors so I could study at a university with scholarships, without the necessity of going in debt. I saw how God protected my life from the typical excesses of youth. I saw how God made available that I could balance my studies with attending fellowship and thus be able to continue to serve in the household.

I finished my degree and was already serving as a household fellowship coordinator, and there was a great challenge: to find a job that would allow me to continue to serve. And even though the majority of job offers for the area in which I studied were in other regions, God made it available for me to work near my home and thus continue to give to God’s people. Now, I face new challenges, such as starting a family and continuing to serve God in a way that can have a positive impact.

Knowing the accuracy of the Word of God taught me wonderful principles that I have been able to apply in my life with diligent effort. I learned that all things are possible with God. I learned how important obedience is in life in order to be victorious in every situation. I learned how important it is to pray and study the Word daily and that despite the adversity or the negatives around me, God has always been with me, taking care of me, protecting me, and keeping me from evil. In the Word, I have learned to walk with wisdom and help others and teach them what a life with God looks like.

God has given me victory in every way and has met my needs in an overwhelming way in all my goals, especially as they were accompanied with obedience and dedication.

We Rejoiced to See How God Answers Prayer!

I am thankful to God for The Way Ministry and for the rightly divided Word that I have been taught. Because of the keys to the Word’s interpretation and the principles from God’s Word that I have been taught, have believed, and have applied, I have had the joy of seeing God bring about great victories in my life.

One such victory came when our daughter was eight months old. One morning while I was waiting for her to wake up, I heard her crying and went to check on her. I found her on the floor; she had fallen out of her crib. I picked her up and tried to calm her and prayed for her, but she continued to cry. I noticed that she had a large bump on her head, so I decided to drive to my husband’s work to have him look at her. He said we should take her to the military hospital. (My husband was in the military at the time.) During the ride to the hospital, our daughter began falling asleep, and it was difficult to keep her awake. At one point her body went limp, and she was not responding. I began to be afraid, but then I turned to God. I remembered the Word that I had been taught, and I reminded myself of the promises of God. I believed that God would keep His promises, and I once again became calm. I knew she would be all right.

We arrived at the military hospital, and they found that she had a crack in her skull. She was awake and seemed fine, but they kept her overnight for observation. That evening our household fellowship coordinator came to the hospital and prayed with us. We were thankful for the mutual believing of the household.

The next day, the military doctor suspected that our daughter had blood collecting on her brain. With the prayers of the household and by holding the Word in my mind, I remained confident that God would heal her. How thankful I was for the principles from God’s Word that I had been taught on how to believe and receive! The doctor decided to fly our daughter and me by helicopter to a civilian hospital in the next city that was specifically for children. The doctor also requested that the best child neurosurgeon meet us at the hospital. This was unusual because normally military doctors handle all medical needs within the military hospitals. My husband and I could see how God was providing the best to bring about our daughter’s deliverance.

At the children’s hospital, it was confirmed that she had blood collecting on her brain. The neurosurgeon gave us two choices on what we could do. One was to have him perform surgery and the second was to just “wait and see” if the blood would dissipate. He also stressed that we needed to make a decision soon because of the pressure on her brain. We asked to be left alone so we could pray. After praying, my husband and I both believed that the best decision was to have the doctor operate.

During the operation, my husband went for a walk outside of the hospital. While outside, he heard the pay phone ringing (this was before cell phones!) and he decided to answer it. When he did, he was amazed to hear that it was our State coordinator calling to see how our daughter was doing! God’s timing was perfect! The State coordinator told my husband that our daughter would be fine, which really blessed and comforted him.

The next morning after the operation, when we went to see our daughter we were told that they had to move her out of the ICU and to her own room because she was so active! She was healed! God is GREAT! The doctor said she was completely well and in record time. We took her home, thankful and rejoicing, and the believers in our household fellowship rejoiced with us to see how God answers prayer!

This is just one example of the victories that I have seen in my life. I have so many things to be thankful for because of this ministry and the Word that someone took the time to teach me—things like fellowship with my heavenly Father, understanding and application of God’s Word, deliverance from fear in my life, my wonderful marriage with a believing man of God, our children that are born again, healing, the joy of serving in this household, and so much more. I am very thankful for our Biblical research, teaching, and fellowship ministry that has taught me the greatness of God’s Word, the Bible, and the “how” of living it.

A Combination of Much Prayer and Believing

In the fall, I was relaxing in our apartment pool, enjoying the Labor Day holiday, when suddenly I felt like I was going to faint. I headed for the side of the pool but never made it. I passed out. My eight-year-old son noticed me floating facedown and attempted to pull me to the side of the pool.

I’m told that an adult passing by the pool area noticed the trouble and came in and assisted my son in pulling me out of the pool. By some miracle, I had not gotten any water in my lungs. The next thing I remember, I was out of the pool and was told that an ambulance was on the way. That made me mad because they are expensive. (Pretty silly.)

If my son hadn’t been there making a commotion, I surely would have drowned. The paramedics immediately assumed I had hit my head, and they put a neck brace on me.

I was taken to a hospital and put in a coma to slow brain activity. It just “happened” that the hospital where they took me had one of the top brain surgeons in the country.

Through a series of surgeries and rehab, I made a complete recovery and returned to work by January. No doubt this was due to a combination of much prayer and believing by so many people (people I didn’t even know), and my believing mind-set. It never even occurred to me that I wouldn’t be coming home and returning to work.

God was truly at work. My employer financially took care of us by making up the difference between what the insurance paid and my regular salary. My need was completely met.

I’m convinced that without the Word of God that I learned from this ministry, I would not be here today.

We Prayed and Believed for the Best Doctor and Hospital

I was first introduced to The Way Ministry forty-five years ago, and within those years I’ve had many victories in my life because of the Word of God I have learned in The Way Ministry. These victories all began for me when I sat through a class called Power for Abundant Living. During that time in my life, I needed mental and physical healing. By the time the class was finished, I had a clear, sound mind and a body that was no longer dependent on anything. It had given me a new start in life. The ministry provided many other classes, and as I attended each one and made the material my own by studying and attending fellowships, I grew stronger. I could now go to the Word for answers on my own and believe and claim the promises God set forth in His Word.

One victorious incident happened when my husband and I planned to start a family. We thought through the details and the cost. We had good insurance and had prepared financially. We prayed and believed for the best doctor and hospital for the delivery. The first blessing came during our birthing classes. The classes were held in a newly built maternity wing of a hospital. It was clean, had private rooms for the patients, and had all the up-to-date equipment. The facility was something we had believed for, but it was not the hospital I was scheduled to deliver in. We knew God would find a way and did not budge on our believing. We found out that our physician also delivered babies in this new hospital and that we would be a part of the first group to deliver in the new maternity wing.

During my delivery there were some major complications, and after the birth of our daughter she had to remain in the hospital for ten days. God opened the door for me to stay in the hospital some extra days so I could be there with our child. Even after being discharged from the hospital, I was able to be with her day and night until she could come home. My husband and I believed God for her healing and for her to be strong enough to come home, and she did. The truths that we learned on healing and believing came from the teachings we learned in The Way Ministry.

The victory did not stop there. The cost of the doctor, delivery, and stay in the hospital for our daughter was in the thousands, far more than we had anticipated. We kept believing God and knew that He was our sufficiency in all things and that this too would be taken care of. After our insurance company paid their part of the cost and we paid our share of the initial delivery cost, there was still thousands to pay because of the complications during the delivery and our daughter having to stay ten days after she was born. We did not know how God would help us, but we never doubted that He would. Remember, I mentioned that this was a newly built wing of the hospital and that we were one of the first patients to deliver there. The hospital was giving the first few patients that delivered there no additional costs other than the flat rate of delivery. No additional costs! Our heavenly Father took care of us. We delivered in the best hospital, we had the best doctor, and God took care of our financial need.

God is at the center of my life because He loved me first and loves me unconditionally. The Way Ministry made it available through the classes, fellowships, Way Corps training, and wonderful leadership for me to know my heavenly Father by way of the Scriptures. For this I will be forever thankful.

Teaching Children to Live with Strength and Love

The Privilege to Raise Our Three Children with the Truth of God’s Word

I was raised in a large family, and my parents were very loving and giving people. From a very young age, my siblings and I were taught the value of being interested in others and helping out in any way we could. Having had this great foundation, when our family got involved in The Way Ministry, the Word I received helped me see the love and compassion we can exhibit in our lives, like Jesus Christ and others we see in God’s Word. As a young person and an adult, these examples showed me that I could step out of my comfort zone and not only extend this love to people I knew but to others that I had just met. God’s Word enables us to be bold and fearless in our concern for others.

I was sitting in the waiting room of a doctor’s office with one of my young children when I saw a gentleman in great pain and coughing rather loudly. As the other patients moved away from him and he was sitting all alone, I realized I had a decision to make. I could sit there and ignore him, or I could get involved and pray for him. As we prayed together and he visibly became more comfortable, I couldn’t help but think about how thankful I was for God and our wonderful ministry!

One of my greatest joys has been the privilege to raise our three children with the truth of God’s Word that we learned in The Way Ministry. These truths have enabled them to stand strong with believing and have great love in their lives as well.

The Witness of the Family

Psalms 37:25:
I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread.

The Way Ministry has been an integral part of my life since I was nineteen years old. I am now almost sixty. Throughout these forty years, I have served in many capacities, married, raised a family, and I now have believing grandchildren. There are many, many incidents where God healed, delivered, saved, and just taught me so I could grow. But the greatest blessing, aside from salvation and eternal life, is the witness of the family that my husband and I have raised to love God and His Word. As I reflect, I see the strength and love of God that my children manifest. They have taken what was taught and run further and harder than we could. In addition, we all enjoy health and peace. It is the knowledge of the Word which has been taught by The Way Ministry that has had this mighty impact on my life and that of my family. Without this ministry, we could not have been so blessed. For this I am most thankful.

The Lifesaving Power of God

I Am Thankful That I Listened

During the fall of 1999, I was all prepared to go out as a Way Disciple. My leadership at the time called one morning and said that it was not best for me to go at that time. Wow, what was I to do now—go ask for my job back? I was a commuter on the subway, and that particular morning, I was the only one on the platform waiting on the train and then the only one in my particular train car. Looking over the field, I saw that there were five deer. This was such a rare situation. In my heart, I knew it was going to be all right. I told my boss, “I decided not to leave.” She said, “Oh good, I have not turned in your paperwork to human resources.” God is good always!

It turns out I was ill, however, and did not know it as I prepared to go out as a Way Disciple in the upcoming outreach group. In July of 2000, I needed major surgery. The surgery was successful, and my Way Disciple tenure was also! Not going in the previous outreach group may have saved my life! I am thankful for the leadership that could hear that still, small voice via revelation communicating that I was not ready to go out as a Way Disciple the previous year. I am thankful that I listened and took heed unto myself and reaped the godly benefits in my life. Others were reached during my tenure and continue to be reached with the greatness of the Word of God today.

This incident was years ago. Recently our fellowship went to Camp Gunnison for a camp, and I am still thankful that someone introduced me to The Way Ministry over thirty years ago.

The Word Literally Saved My Life

One of the many things The Way Ministry has taught me from the rightly divided Word that has benefited my life is from Malachi 3:7-12 on tithing and abundant sharing. For over twenty years, I have proven my heavenly Father in this category. When I first started tithing, I was about to lose my home, but God protected it; and later on I began to abundantly share and got completely out of debt.

No matter the obstacle or situation, my God has always come through and blessed me mightily and kept me safe in very dangerous situations. Once, I was driving fast at night in a very small car on a very dark road, and I repeatedly heard an audible voice saying, “Slow down; slow down.” I slowed down to about twenty-five miles per hour, and all of a sudden, there was a large deer that presented himself inches from the front of the car. Because I listened to God’s still, small voice as I was taught in fellowship, I was able to brake in enough time to completely stop and avoid hitting the deer.

Another category that benefited me was believing. This also was a new concept to me. It has been an exciting and thrilling journey in my life bringing the Word to mind when I feel fretful or anxious, and confessing the words of the Word with believing and enjoying the calmness and peacefulness it brings. Philippians 4:6 and 7 are among many verses that help me in believing rightly.

I am so thankful to God for The Way Ministry and for the rightly divided Word that literally saved my life.

Everything Good in My Life Is Because of God

The great key to a successful life, a fruitful and meaningful life, is to keep God first. This is one fundamental truth that I have learned from The Way Ministry. By “learned,” I mean not only being shown it in the Word of God but also being shown how this truth can be practically applied day by day, year by year, and season of life to season of life.

I have a personal saying that reflects what I have seen as a result of putting God first in my life. It is, “Everything good in my life is because of God.”

The life I had before I learned about God was very good. But when, by His grace, I was witnessed to and began to learn the Word of God in The Way Ministry, the joy and thankfulness I felt exceeded anything in my experience. Nothing took precedence over attending fellowship and ministry functions. My life was enhanced in every way by the Word I was learning to apply, and keeping God first posed no difficulty whatsoever for me at that time.

Then I began to come to crossroads where keeping God first required decisions that would alter the course of my life. One road led to all that was familiar, comfortable, and in some cases “reasonable,” and the other to opportunities that I knew in my heart were from God. Crossroad one: wait to register for the Advanced Class until I was debt-free or make the commitment first and believe God to supply the need. Next crossroad: continue to enjoy my very wonderful and fulfilling job, fellowship, and family or leave it for the unknown and serve as a Way Disciple. Next crossroad: go back to my life before Way Disciple or serve on Staff. Next, continue serving as a household fellowship coordinator together with my husband in a lovely home, prospering and blessed or enter The Way Corps training program. Next crossroad: ask to stay in the United States or accept a Way Corps assignment almost five thousand miles away in a foreign country.

At every one of these major crossroads, and many more in between, I have relied on the same fundamental truth I learned in The Way Ministry as a young believer—keep God first. As a result, God has brought to pass desires of my heart that only He could have known of, including some that I myself did not recognize. At no point have I given up something that God has not replenished over and above. I live today without regret and without fear of lack in any category. What can the world offer that is worth more? As I always say, “Everything good in my life is because of God,” and I know this by experience because I was taught to keep God first.


A Way to Know What Is True

Growing up I was a very shy child, afraid of making mistakes and lacking confidence. When I was in the eighth grade, a friend told me that her mother said I had an inferiority complex. With that comment I grew even more self-conscious and insecure.

As a young adult, I followed what was popular culturally, looking for peace and happiness. I became involved with sorcery and occult practices, such as automatic handwriting and palm reading, and I sought out fortune-tellers.

My family went to church, but I didn’t know much about the Bible. God only seemed to be a part of my life when I was in the church building.

My father’s mother was a very devout Christian. She read her Bible at home and was a very giving and loving woman. But when I would stay at her house overnight, I would often have nightmares about something trying to “get me.”

My mother also became involved in the occult. When I was twenty years old, my mother’s sister came to my house and gave me a book to read. She said that the things my mother was involved in were devilish and not from God. I thought my aunt was just a religious prude and scoffed at what she said. But her boldness planted a seed, a question that I eventually desired to have answered.

I prayed to God five years later, asking, “Who is right and who is wrong? Is there really any way to know You, God? If You are there and if You can, please show me.”

Within three days I saw an old high school friend who had moved back to town. She was involved with The Way and was having fellowship in her home. I wasn’t searching for something that agreed with what I already believed, I wanted a way to know what is true.

The Word shared at fellowship was logical and inspiring. I began to believe that life could be good. I learned how to stop the flood of thoughts that left me anxious and afraid. I became excited about living, knowing that God loved me and would help me overcome my challenges. I didn’t have to be anxious about not being perfect and not knowing everything. I could live and grow from stage to stage and enjoy the grace of God in my life.

The Word I was learning made sense, and I saw that the Bible had integrity; so I began to trust God and change. The Word regarding “are the dead alive now?” was vital for me. Even though it was logical, it took time for me to become convinced.

I read the book Receiving the Holy Spirit Today and spoke in tongues in the privacy of my home. Immediately after I did, I clearly perceived that I had been deceived by counterfeit spiritual phenomena. It was amazing. There was not heavy sorrow, just an acknowledgement that I had been wrong and tremendous thankfulness to know I was born again and a child of the one true God.

For the first time in my life, I experienced genuine peace and began enjoying the fruit of the spirit. I had joy overflowing and a heart full of love. My demeanor changed dramatically. I was set free from my prisons and began to experience life and the goodness of God. It was such a blessing to have something to give, knowing I could pray for others, share the Word, and help others experience God’s goodness.

I am so thankful God heard and answered my prayer, showing me The Way and how to know God’s will from His Word.