Testimony – Kris (Missouri) Presbyterian

I swerved to miss a dog while driving for a pack of cigarettes and a pint of vodka resulting in a bad car accident a few years back and should have been killed.  There happened to be a volunteer firefighter driving behind me when I went off the road.  He pulled me out of the car then dragged me to safety before my car exploded and was engulfed in flames.  I believe that it was a miracle I survived that night.  I have since accepted Jesus Christ into my heart (as well as quit smoking and drinking) and now spend my free time handing out Bible tracts and other Christian materials witnessing to members of my community and the surrounding areas.

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Testimony – Montana (Florida) Christian

When I was diagnosed with cancer at 15, people often told me they were praying for me.  At the time I was agnostic, but as the situation began to get more stressful, I finally started praying.  I beat it around five months later, while still 15.  I was diagnosed again with the same kind of cancer a month after turning 17 and was able to cope with it a lot better after finding Jesus.  I’m still battling it, and turn 18 soon.  I have a lot of faith now, and am not nearly as scared as I was when I was 15.

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Testimony – Leon (North Carolina) Christian

I was convicted of two counts of murder and one attempted murder and felt so bad for myself, until I read that the lord forgave Paul and Moses for murder, this gave me hope and reassured me that I wasn’t condemned forever as some people were telling me, and that God not only forgave me but still loved me.  I have a very powerful testimony and would love to get it out there, if you can assist me I would be honored,thank you and God bless you all.
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Testimony – Christa (Pennsylvania) Christian

Jesus saved my life in all sense many times over.  I have had to have 13 emergency surgeries for life threatening conditions over the last 10 years.  The last time, the doctors told me I had a 30% chance at living through it but through the power of prayer, the doctors were guided to save me.  I was called to be an ordained minister last year and have also brought people to Jesus through my words.  Jesus is the light of my life and the one who guides me to be a better person.

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Testimony – Cassandra (North Carolina) Baptist

When I was a little girl I was diagnosed with a brain tumor.  I have always had migraines. My dad and the church prayed for me.  Then one day I got an MRI done and the tumor was gone. God healed me and I can never be grateful enough.  I believe everybody needs to hear about Jesus and his miracles and love and I intend to give that message while wearing this shirt.

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Testimony – Christina (Maryland) Catholic

I have believed in Jesus since I was young, and although there is a mix of religion between relatives in the family, I have stayed confident in my beliefs. Every night I will pray and every meal I will thank the Heavens for providing my meals. I give a prayer before bed thanking Him for providing me with such great and supportive people around me (my parents, best friends, professors, and s.o.). I believe that Jesus Christ is the reason that I am healthy, happy, and my parents are making money. If I had this shirt, I will be able to wear it proudly and share to my friends and classmates and everyone around me that He is the one keeping me on the right path and this is a representation of my love for Him. Thank you.

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Testimony – Ashley (Oklahoma) Christian

I was living a life of sin, drinking using drugs not living through Him. And one day I was homeless and walked into a church and in that moment I heard God speak to me.  From that moment, God became everything and I learned to let Him be in charge, to thank Him daily for giving me the opportunity to be alive and share Him with others who are lost.

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