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.
This family of four women desire to model Christ not only in their serving guests at The Chapel, but also as they serve each other.
Starting the journey to eliminate debt brought drastic change to both Mark and Jenna’s lives. But the opportunity to share what it means to be good stewards has been well worth the challenge.
After her marriage began to crumble, Diane was able to see that she didn’t need to be in control of her life, but that Christ was there to carry her burdens.
Kelsey had anxiety and depression that devoured her and ultimately left her feeling empty and alone. But then she learned what it meant to be a real follower of Christ.
After serving in the military, Jeff found the transition home was difficult. He finally reached a point where there wasn’t enough alcohol to numb the pain and knew that only Christ could truly fulfill him.
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.