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Our goal is to inspire you with hope and encouragement as you read these testimonies. We pray that the words expressed here will draw you closer to Jesus as your Savior and Friend. We recognize that all glory and honor are due Him, the One to whom this ministry belongs.
Worshipping in Truth
October 1, 2005, was a high day for the Doerrs. They had decided to be baptized together and join the Seventhday Adventist Church. That weekend they descended into the baptismal tank in front of the Worship Center audience during our 3ABN Fall Camp Meeting, as well as in front of our cameras! As potential millions of viewers around the world watched, they took their stand for Jesus and for the truth they had discovered in the Bible. They asked Him to forgive their sins, and they joined the body of Christ.
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Grasshopping Grandma
Frances Gallegos’ mother passed away on her first birthday, and her uncle and aunt raised her as their own. “I was a coal miner’s daughter,” she explains, “and although the schools were excellent, my parents couldn’t manage to keep me there. I just thought I was too smart and discontinued my education after grade six.”
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God Used the Radio
I was excited to find a testimony this month about a couple who found 3ABN Radio in Minnesota. What a wonderful story it is, but let Peter Gentry tell it to you in his own words:
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Together Again —With 3ABN
The year was 1942. Dwight Coder was 20 and had just met 17-year-old Barbara, a junior in high school. Their friends had introduced them, and they all began “hanging out” together. The more they talked, the more they realized that their relatives all knew each other. Dwight knew Barbara’s grandparents, as well as her aunts and uncles. His dad was a blacksmith and a farrier who had shoed her grandfather’s horses. And then there was the fact that Dwight’s sister and Barbara’s aunt were best friends in high school and had grown up together in the same church!
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The Dish Story
When our road crew was broadcasting the Berrien Springs rally in Michigan recently, I was excited to pick up a “dish story” from Pioneer Memorial Church secretary, Sue Rappette. Ever wonder how a satellite dish could make a difference for eternity? Read on for “the rest of the story”!
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Lost & Found
Our 3ABN motor home was parked behind Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. I needed another testimony for 3ABN World magazine, and I just knew the Lord would send me someone (He always does!).
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The “But Why?” Question
Rose Sanzone had questions — lots of questions. Even as a young child, she pestered people with a constant question, “But why?” She asked this so frequently that it became her nickname!
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Raised From the Depths
Mark and Chris Byers and their two sons, Mark Jr. and Zach, were living in Wyoming, Michigan, a suburb of Grand Rapids. Mark had hit the lowest point of his life after a series of misfortunes. First he lost $30,000 worth of uninsured tools from a break-in to his shop. Now he had lost his newest job after a confrontation with his boss — and had no unemployment insurance.
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A Pastor Finds His Way
Ron Norris came from a long line of Bible-believing Christians; many of whom graduated from the same Bible college. He was given every opportunity to know the Lord, but instead, his life took a different turn. During his teen years he began to smoke, drink, and take drugs. His parents were worried, and tried to get him to change his ways, but to no avail. But this day was different. Ron had been arrested with drugs, and was awaiting his court date, and in the meantime he was determined to have as much fun as possible. Being worried, his mother asked him, “Ron, don’t you want to go to church with us this Sunday?”
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I'll Be a Witness
Patti Roberts was raised in a strict Roman Catholic home and loved her very structured and formal church. But as an adult she became discouraged when she began asking her priest questions like, “Was Peter truly the first pope?” and “Where did Jesus say that Peter was the rock upon which the church was to be built?”
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Never Too Old to Learn
Arlene Jankens struggled with many adversities in her 87 years of life, but her faith in God and regular attendance at her Lutheran church sustained her through them all. Polio at 17 months left her with a deformed foot and a bad limp. She battled cancer for ten years, and as a result, lost a portion of her face, lost her hair permanently, and underwent 15 surgeries. Her husband, Erhard, was legally blind for 44 years during which she was both his chauffeur and his eyes. Then she broke her hip in October 2002, and almost died after the surgery. She also became legally blind due to wet macular degeneration. Sadly, after 64 years of marriage, Erhard died of congestive heart failure. At this point, one might imagine that Arlene must have felt like she was enduring the trials of Job!
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