My Story 

As a young child I knew something was missing in my life. I wanted a unconditional , perfect love that my family or friends could not give me. 

When I was twelve my best friend invited me to her church. I continued to go here and there. I was uncomfortable with the people worshipping God like they did at the church. People were shouting, singing , running , jumping , and hands always lifted. I didn’t understand it at the time. 

When I was 13 I went to church camp. There was kids my age worshipping and praising God , so this allowed me to let my walls down . I began to worship God and praise him. I let my walls down , God let himself in. 

I then was filled with his spirit. I finally understood that being filled with his spirit is like nothing else in this world. I can not be explained just something to experience for yourself. 

I was baptized two weeks later. Though I was filled with his spirit I still have to grow and learn. I still make mistakes,but I have his spirit guiding my footsteps. 

8 Comments

  1. Light Ministry Blog

    Thank you for sharing your story. Every Christian has a “turning point” in their lives, some more dramatic than others, but an “Uh-huh” moment nonetheless. Glad you saw the need for baptism! May I suggest a book for you to read. It’s called “Muscle and a Shovel” and you can find out more about it at https://www.michaelshankministries.com/

    Steve

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      1. Light Ministry Blog

        You are very welcome. Be ready for the ideas which the book puts forth. It is a very good book in my estimation…

        Enjoy your day,
        Steve

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