Growing up, Steve Jenison never saw a relationship with God as something to be actively pursued. As he got older, the example he saw from believers around him began to change his perspective.
Through using her gifts – especially the gift of being single – Heather has been able to embrace the life God designed and equipped her to live.
Steve was searching for something to answer the emptiness that he felt. Then the Lockport Campus launched, and everything changed.
Jillian found herself lying in a hospital bed from years of heavy drinking. Then she found healing and comfort in Jesus.
For Marleen and Leroy Webber, opening their home was a way that they could build relationships with others and have opportunities to share the gospel.
Growing up, Nateesha Harris perceived church as a place that was unwelcoming and demanded more than she could give. But, that all changed when she experienced God for who He really is.
Melissa struggled with depression and worthlessness. Then one night as she read her Bible, something clicked and she discovered that God was real.
After years of chasing success in the sports world and receiving little fulfillment, Caleb made a decision to deal with the matters of his heart.
Danielle was determined to find out why her desires and goals in life had elicited such misery. She came to understand and internalize that her value is in Christ alone.
Why should I share my story?
We have an incredible opportunity to give a story to people about what God has done in our lives. When you share your story, God can use it to draw people to Jesus.
What if I don't think I have a story?
You can't meet Jesus and be the same person you were before. Every person who comes to know Jesus has a story of life change. You could share how you came to know Jesus as your personal savior, or a remarkable experience that points to Jesus working in your life.