As far back as I can remember, I had a very happy childhood with my parents and friends. My parents were a very strong influence in my life. They both loved the Lord.
Share this Post But I knew that if I didn’t get out of bed on Sunday morning and go to church, I wouldn’t be allowed to go anywhere else the rest of the day. So I got up and went with my Mother. We sat every Sunday on the left side of the church. I knew they dimmed the lights … Read More
Share this Post Thinking that now everything was OK, I went on living my life, doing what I wanted to do. I later married and moved to Pennsylvania. There I started attending the Lehigh Valley Baptist Church. As I listened to the preaching and learned more about God’s Word, I realized two important things. Second, I learned that if you … Read More
Share this Post To make a new beginning and get away from small-town gossip, my three-year old son and I moved 75 miles away to an apartment in Allentown. I started a new job, made new friends and tried to forget my past. Running away, however, was not the answer. I became someone I did not even like. A year … Read More
Share this Post There were many things I remember that influenced my choices. As a small child, my mother took me to Sunday school at the Lutheran church where she was a member. We often visited a Methodist church. There I was introduced to junior church where interesting, fascinating Bible stories were told. I went to Bible school every summer. … Read More
Share this Post Two weeks later, I began to do a Bible study with a caring member of the church. I was trying to find answers to many questions which had haunted me. “What does ‘born again’ mean?” “Where do my ‘good works’ fit into what the Bible teaches about salvation?” “Where had my deceased relatives gone when they died?” … Read More
Share this Post Though I went to church as child, I drifted as an adult. My husband did not feel he needed church, so we rarely attended. When our children were growing up, I felt they ought to be in church. I took them to Sunday School until they were old enough to be confirmed, and then they chose not … Read More