From Daily Dissection to Divine Direction
– Lino Zarrillo

There have been, on occasion in my life, and I am sure in yours, certain moments in time when a word or group of words cannot be uttered. Oh, we may attempt to muster the effort – maybe even use facial expressions as a type of “visual aid,” but try as we might, words fail us from time to time! In my life it happened twice. My name is Lino Zarrillo, and this is my story.

I Just Said “Yes!”– Brian Fetterman

Share this Post My wife Becky had been going to church regularly for some months by this time. She would come home and tell me all about the message, what she had just read in the Bible, or had studied with a friend from church. I listened patiently, and tried to be encouraging and attentive, but in reality I felt … Read More

What Happened When I Said That Prayer?
– Eric Wolf

My name is Eric Wolf, and this is my story. Growing up, my Dad and Mom regularly took my two brothers and me to Sunday school and church. I am thankful that my parents did, because a very important question was asked of me while attending the 6th grade Sunday school at church.

There Has to Be More to Life Than This– Michelle Zarrillo

Share this Post Soon after we were married, my husband and I began a Bible study with two men from the Lehigh Valley Baptist Church. I had a problem with the study. The Bible said I was a sinner, and I felt that statement was not good for my self-esteem. I also felt that I had always been a Christian, … Read More

Four Words That Changed My Life– Jerry Wilhite

Share this Post I shouldn’t forget to mention the little Baptist church in that small town, where my parents took me with fervent regularity, and the impact that church made on me. Even my “religious” side was being cultivated and developed. Memorizing verses, attending Sunday School, weekly Bible School, Youth rallies, state-wide conclaves, and Bible camp all helped “teach” me … Read More

I Thought I Had it All– Mike Starr

Share this Post Shortly after Jillian was born, we decided that we needed to find a church. Not that we felt like going to church, but because we were being pressured by friends and family to get Jillian baptized. We started visiting churches and looking for one that was comfortable. We weren’t concerned about what was being preached. We just … Read More