Salvation Stories

Great is Thy Faithfulness

Great is Thy Faithfulness

On My Desk The Testimony of John Duckhorn On my desk is a picture of a family. The husband is dressed in a military uniform, a good-looking man, proud and smiling. But he was an alcoholic. The woman next to him is sad and unhappy. The children, a girl of seven is smiling because she […]

Out of the Darkness: The Testimony of Eleanor Isaacson

Great is Thy Faithfulness

All the Way, my Savior Leads Me The Testimony of Ed Scott “O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out” (Rom. 11:33). I was born in Kansas on February 5th, 1930, one of nine children. Though brought up […]

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Psalms 37:23 reads, “The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord and He delighteth in his way.” My father grew up in East St. Louis, but moved to Michigan during the early 1900s. Through the faithful witness of someone in the local Baptist church, he trusted Christ as Savior. Aspiring to become […]

Great is Thy Faithfulness

Great is Thy Faithfulness

How God Saved My Lift: The Testimony of James Lipke. As told to the Editor. I was born on September 17, 1947 in Lakewood, Ohio and born again ten years later on Sunday night July 9, 1958. It was through the preaching of the gospel by my father, James D. Lipke at West Side Gospel […]

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

What God Has Done for Me: The Testimony of Larry Price What God Has Done For Me: The Testimony of Larry Price I was not raised in a Christian home but I was sent to Sunday School when I was a young child. That did not last very long once I got old enough to […]

Great is Thy Faithfulness

Great is Thy Faithfulness

The Altar Boy Whose Life Was Altered: The Testimony of Stephen March I can thankfully say that most of my life can easily be described as average. I grew up in Hamilton, Ontario, in a middle-class family, enjoyed the love and support of both my parents, and had a healthy, if sometimes heated rivalry with […]

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Saved to the Uttermost: An Interview with Ralph Monahan Recently, I sat down with Ralph Monahan who in August, 2018 celebrated his 98th birthday. He is one of the remaining number of veterans quickly vanishing from the scene who faithfully served their country in the Armed Forces during World War II. This is the sum […]

Salvation Stories: Michael Luna

Salvation Stories: Michael Luna

John 11:25 “…I am the resurrection and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die.” I was born in Queens New York City, New York. My parents met during WWII when my father was in the Army Air […]

Salvation Stories: Gerrit Schakelaar

Salvation Stories: Gerrit Schakelaar

Peace in War Time: My Testimony of God’s Faithfulness In the fall of 1944, the people of The Netherlands were in their fifth year of German occupation. Our hopes to be liberated were shattered when the Allied operation “Market Garden” failed. This is well documented in the film “A Bridge Too Far.” The bridge was […]

Salvation Stories: Michael Luna

Salvation Stories: John Moore

The Value of A Godly Heritage “God setteth the solitary in families…” Psalm 68:6 My name is John Moore, and I was born on September 6, 1956. Six days later I was adopted. I never knew my birth parents, but my adoptive parents handled that with wisdom, and from an early age I remember my […]

Salvation Stories: Randall Hummer

Salvation Stories: Randall Hummer

“Let the redeemed of the Lord say so…!” – Psalm 107:2 I grew up on a small farm in east-central Pennsylvania in a blue-collar family with four boys and a girl. We were all members of a local Methodist church, which Mom took us to every Sunday. I paid particular interest to the stained-glass windows […]

Salvation Stories: Tony Celota

Salvation Stories: Tony Celota

As told to Jabe Nicholson. Anthony, son of Guiseppe Cetola, was born November 24, 1912 in Foggia, Italy, and raised in the hill country south of Rome. As a young man he worked as a shepherd there, but hearing of America, the land of possibilities, he saved his lire until he could afford the least […]