Good News in the Morning

May 14, 2008 at 7:31 am 1 comment



Residence: Guyana
Age: 18-25
Gender: Female
Tell us about your spiritual journey: I just prayed to receive Christ as my Savior for the first time




Residence: Qatar
Tell us about your spiritual journey: I just prayed to receive Christ as my Savior for the first time


This morning, like most, I’m greeted by exciting news!  Both of these decisions came by cell phone. 

This morning, I will be the first, and perhaps the only, person to send a message saying, “Welcome to God’s kingdom!  You’ve made the best decision of your life.  I know I’ve never regretted it.  Here are some tools…”

Praying about joining?  You won’t regret it.  

Here’s how:

They need to apply at (click on Volunteer then click the Application button at the bottom of the page). 

If you would like to be part of my community after your four week training period:

 On the application they are asked where they learned about this and they can put your name and say they want to be in your community.  They are asked for two spiritual references, if you want, one can be you and one can be someone else.   

Every community I’ve been part of (3-4 now) is great!


Entry filed under: Christianity, Discipleship, Evangelism, Faith, Missions, Sprituality.

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  • 1. cvmanulu4  |  March 29, 2011 at 7:21 am

    Salutations à chacun des individus de cette communauté ,

    Pour commencer , donnez-moi l’opportunité de vous montrer mon appréciation pour toutes les superbes informations que j’ai retrouvées sur cet impressionnant forum.

    Je ne suis pas sure d’être au meilleur section mais je n’en ai pas trouvé de meilleur.

    Je réside à Petrolia, ca . J’ai 36 années et j’ai cinq agréables enfants qui sont tous âgés entre deux ou 14 ans (1 est adopté). J’aime beaucoup les animaux et je fais de mon mieux de leur offrir les biens qui leur rendent l’existance plus heureuse .

    Je vous remercie dès maintenant pour toutes les très “à propos” délibérations qui suivront et je vous remercie surtout de votre compréhension pour mon français moins qu’idéal : ma langue de naissance est le portuguais et je fais de mon mieux de m’enseigner mais c’est très compliqué !



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