Christ Life Evangelical Ministries

Go into all the world and preach the Gospel... Mark 16:15

Kentucky 2011

VBS – Vacation Bible School
Booneville, Owsley County, Kentucky, USA 
June 1st
 –5
th
 2011 
 
Wow! What an experience! Being there with the people of Booneville was a life 
changing experience for all involved. We saw God move mightily during this 
trip. There were 19 children in attendance, six of which were children of the 
volunteers and were junior helps. Out of these 19, nine asked Jesus into their 
hearts and 10 were baptized, along with one Grandparent. 
 
This rural area of Kentucky is truly like stepping into a third world country, in 
many ways. Some of the children that attended the VBS didn’t have running 
water in their homes, many still used an outside toilet (outhouse), and many 
homes were made out of particle board or whatever was available. Many are 
hungry and, because of the lifestyle, must look out for their younger siblings. 
 
There is one story that has been repeated to me several times, since we’ve 
returned. During lunch, on the first day of VBS, the children went downstairs 
to the basement to be served. Two siblings were in line together and the older 
sibling was first. The lunch worker handed the child a plate of food, but the 
child refused to take it, until his sibling had food too. At first glance, this was 
sweet, but then we saw all the children acting this way in so many different 
areas that we soon came to realize that it is out of necessity that these children 
must look out for each other, because there is no one else that will do it. It 
really makes your heart cry to see a 6-year-old making sure that a 4-year-old 
has food. 
 
Another story that has been retold, time and time again, happened on the last 
day, when the children were being bused back home. On this particular day, 
each child was given a box of food. When the driver got to the last child’s 
house, there were two boxes of food remaining. The child tried to refuse one of 
the boxes, because she thought it wasn’t right to take both, but the driver took 
them both into the house anyway. The exterior of the house was shaped like a 
box and made out of particle board, with no paint, no finishing touches, and no 
nothing. The girl was so embarrassed that she exclaimed, “I hate having an 
outside house”. The driver thought that she was referring to the exterior of the 
house but soon discovered that she meant an “outhouse” or an outdoor toilet, 
because her mom was in the bathroom (outhouse), when they arrived. But, even 
through all the embarrassment, the child was still so excited to get these boxes 
of food that she could not wait to open one of them, before the driver could leave. With joy and excitement, she then exclaimed, “Cereal! We never have 
cereal!… I love cereal!” 
The thrill and excitement that many families don’t see on Christmas Day, with a 
multitude of presents and thousands of dollars spent, was shown for a simple 
box of cereal! 
 
There is one more thing that I’d like to mention. Even though most of the 
families live in poverty, having very little as far as the standard is in many areas 
of the United States, there is greater contentment and happiness than I’ve 
personally seen in most of the places I’ve ever lived or visited. 
 
 I have been forever changed because of this trip to Booneville, KY. 
 
Recently, we went back to Booneville, KY. For the weekend of July 4th, we put 
on a one day event (speaking, food, games and fireworks). During the morning 
service, we had people come forward for prayer; we saw people healed, released 
from bondage and relationships mended. Praise God! He is doing a great work 
in the lives of His people. We were also blessed to receive an update on a 
woman for whom we prayed for physical healing and a release from bondage, 
during our original visit. One month later, and she was still doing fine. Praise 
God; Praise God; Praise God! 
 
My beloved, do not be afraid to step out when the Holy Spirit speaks to you. 
These are the last days, and His word tells us that He will pour out His spirit on 
His sons and daughters, in the last days. 
 
Here are a few more write ups from some of our team members: During this mission trip, I was amazed at how bad the poverty levels were 
in the town of Booneville. Driving on back roads, I saw sheds that people 
live in, people gardening many live off what they grow, and people 
suffering or being content with what little they have. 
 
The children that came to VBS were so well behaved and thankful for what 
they had or were given from VBS. I was touched when I saw their faces 
light up when they decided to follow Jesus and was reminded of how I felt 
when I did as a child. They do not envy because money has no real value 
to them at this young age and because they are not really exposed to it. 
 
I’m so glad I was able to come on this mission’s trip and that I shared the 
love of God through this life that I have been blessed with. I’m going to 
miss these children so much – but not the ticks!!! Ha ha. - Kristin 
 
I am very grateful to the Lord for the privilege of being a part of this wonderful experience. There are 
many things that touched my heart, but a few really were special. The way the children in a family 
looked out for each other was so special. One in particular was a little boy and his younger brother. 
When he was offered a plate of food at lunch, his first response was, “My brother is hungry”. He would 
not eat until he knew his brother would eat also. A few words spoke of a protective love that isn’t 
shown often enough in our world. It really touched my heart. Another incident was seeing a mom that 
came and stayed all day with her children, and watched as they sang songs and did the motions, played 
games and won prizes. At first she just sat and watched, but after a little while she was singing, and 
clapping, and doing hand motions. Her smile just kept getting bigger. What really made another 
impact on me was an older man that came to be baptized at the river. His mom was standing on the 
bank and when he went under water she threw her hands up to God and started praising Him out loud. 
When she finished she shared that her son had been one of the worst drug dealers in the county, and 
had gotten saved, and had just sealed it with baptism. She glowed with joy and thanksgiving to the 
Lord. That man had joined hands with a few of us at the church before we came to the river to pray for a woman for healing. What a great God we serve. His mercies and blessings to us are never ending. 
Thank you Lord Jesus! - Lee
VBS – Vacation Bible School
Booneville, Owsley County, Kentucky, USA 
June 1st
 –5
th
 2011 
 
Wow! What an experience! Being there with the people of Booneville was a life 
changing experience for all involved. We saw God move mightily during this 
trip. There were 19 children in attendance, six of which were children of the 
volunteers and were junior helps. Out of these 19, nine asked Jesus into their 
hearts and 10 were baptized, along with one Grandparent. 
 
This rural area of Kentucky is truly like stepping into a third world country, in 
many ways. Some of the children that attended the VBS didn’t have running 
water in their homes, many still used an outside toilet (outhouse), and many 
homes were made out of particle board or whatever was available. Many are 
hungry and, because of the lifestyle, must look out for their younger siblings. 
 
There is one story that has been repeated to me several times, since we’ve 
returned. During lunch, on the first day of VBS, the children went downstairs 
to the basement to be served. Two siblings were in line together and the older 
sibling was first. The lunch worker handed the child a plate of food, but the 
child refused to take it, until his sibling had food too. At first glance, this was 
sweet, but then we saw all the children acting this way in so many different 
areas that we soon came to realize that it is out of necessity that these children 
must look out for each other, because there is no one else that will do it. It 
really makes your heart cry to see a 6-year-old making sure that a 4-year-old 
has food. 
 
Another story that has been retold, time and time again, happened on the last 
day, when the children were being bused back home. On this particular day, 
each child was given a box of food. When the driver got to the last child’s 
house, there were two boxes of food remaining. The child tried to refuse one of 
the boxes, because she thought it wasn’t right to take both, but the driver took 
them both into the house anyway. The exterior of the house was shaped like a 
box and made out of particle board, with no paint, no finishing touches, and no 
nothing. The girl was so embarrassed that she exclaimed, “I hate having an 
outside house”. The driver thought that she was referring to the exterior of the 
house but soon discovered that she meant an “outhouse” or an outdoor toilet, 
because her mom was in the bathroom (outhouse), when they arrived. But, even 
through all the embarrassment, the child was still so excited to get these boxes 
of food that she could not wait to open one of them, before the driver could leave. With joy and excitement, she then exclaimed, “Cereal! We never have 
cereal!… I love cereal!” 
The thrill and excitement that many families don’t see on Christmas Day, with a 
multitude of presents and thousands of dollars spent, was shown for a simple 
box of cereal! 
 
There is one more thing that I’d like to mention. Even though most of the 
families live in poverty, having very little as far as the standard is in many areas 
of the United States, there is greater contentment and happiness than I’ve 
personally seen in most of the places I’ve ever lived or visited. 
 
 I have been forever changed because of this trip to Booneville, KY. 
 
Recently, we went back to Booneville, KY. For the weekend of July 4th, we put 
on a one day event (speaking, food, games and fireworks). During the morning 
service, we had people come forward for prayer; we saw people healed, released 
from bondage and relationships mended. Praise God! He is doing a great work 
in the lives of His people. We were also blessed to receive an update on a 
woman for whom we prayed for physical healing and a release from bondage, 
during our original visit. One month later, and she was still doing fine. Praise 
God; Praise God; Praise God! 
 
My beloved, do not be afraid to step out when the Holy Spirit speaks to you. 
These are the last days, and His word tells us that He will pour out His spirit on 
His sons and daughters, in the last days. 
 
Here are a few more write ups from some of our team members: During this mission trip, I was amazed at how bad the poverty levels were 
in the town of Booneville. Driving on back roads, I saw sheds that people 
live in, people gardening many live off what they grow, and people 
suffering or being content with what little they have. 
 
The children that came to VBS were so well behaved and thankful for what 
they had or were given from VBS. I was touched when I saw their faces 
light up when they decided to follow Jesus and was reminded of how I felt 
when I did as a child. They do not envy because money has no real value 
to them at this young age and because they are not really exposed to it. 
 
I’m so glad I was able to come on this mission’s trip and that I shared the 
love of God through this life that I have been blessed with. I’m going to 
miss these children so much – but not the ticks!!! Ha ha. - Kristin 
 
I am very grateful to the Lord for the privilege of being a part of this wonderful experience. There are 
many things that touched my heart, but a few really were special. The way the children in a family 
looked out for each other was so special. One in particular was a little boy and his younger brother. 
When he was offered a plate of food at lunch, his first response was, “My brother is hungry”. He would 
not eat until he knew his brother would eat also. A few words spoke of a protective love that isn’t 
shown often enough in our world. It really touched my heart. Another incident was seeing a mom that 
came and stayed all day with her children, and watched as they sang songs and did the motions, played 
games and won prizes. At first she just sat and watched, but after a little while she was singing, and 
clapping, and doing hand motions. Her smile just kept getting bigger. What really made another 
impact on me was an older man that came to be baptized at the river. His mom was standing on the 
bank and when he went under water she threw her hands up to God and started praising Him out loud. 
When she finished she shared that her son had been one of the worst drug dealers in the county, and 
had gotten saved, and had just sealed it with baptism. She glowed with joy and thanksgiving to the 
Lord. That man had joined hands with a few of us at the church before we came to the river to pray for a woman for healing. What a great God we serve. His mercies and blessings to us are never ending. 
Thank you Lord Jesus! - Lee
VBS – Vacation Bible School
Booneville, Owsley County, Kentucky, USA 
June 1st
 –5
th
 2011 
 
Wow! What an experience! Being there with the people of Booneville was a life 
changing experience for all involved. We saw God move mightily during this 
trip. There were 19 children in attendance, six of which were children of the 
volunteers and were junior helps. Out of these 19, nine asked Jesus into their 
hearts and 10 were baptized, along with one Grandparent. 
 
This rural area of Kentucky is truly like stepping into a third world country, in 
many ways. Some of the children that attended the VBS didn’t have running 
water in their homes, many still used an outside toilet (outhouse), and many 
homes were made out of particle board or whatever was available. Many are 
hungry and, because of the lifestyle, must look out for their younger siblings. 
 
There is one story that has been repeated to me several times, since we’ve 
returned. During lunch, on the first day of VBS, the children went downstairs 
to the basement to be served. Two siblings were in line together and the older 
sibling was first. The lunch worker handed the child a plate of food, but the 
child refused to take it, until his sibling had food too. At first glance, this was 
sweet, but then we saw all the children acting this way in so many different 
areas that we soon came to realize that it is out of necessity that these children 
must look out for each other, because there is no one else that will do it. It 
really makes your heart cry to see a 6-year-old making sure that a 4-year-old 
has food. 
 
Another story that has been retold, time and time again, happened on the last 
day, when the children were being bused back home. On this particular day, 
each child was given a box of food. When the driver got to the last child’s 
house, there were two boxes of food remaining. The child tried to refuse one of 
the boxes, because she thought it wasn’t right to take both, but the driver took 
them both into the house anyway. The exterior of the house was shaped like a 
box and made out of particle board, with no paint, no finishing touches, and no 
nothing. The girl was so embarrassed that she exclaimed, “I hate having an 
outside house”. The driver thought that she was referring to the exterior of the 
house but soon discovered that she meant an “outhouse” or an outdoor toilet, 
because her mom was in the bathroom (outhouse), when they arrived. But, even 
through all the embarrassment, the child was still so excited to get these boxes 
of food that she could not wait to open one of them, before the driver could leave. With joy and excitement, she then exclaimed, “Cereal! We never have 
cereal!… I love cereal!” 
The thrill and excitement that many families don’t see on Christmas Day, with a 
multitude of presents and thousands of dollars spent, was shown for a simple 
box of cereal! 
 
There is one more thing that I’d like to mention. Even though most of the 
families live in poverty, having very little as far as the standard is in many areas 
of the United States, there is greater contentment and happiness than I’ve 
personally seen in most of the places I’ve ever lived or visited. 
 
 I have been forever changed because of this trip to Booneville, KY. 
 
Recently, we went back to Booneville, KY. For the weekend of July 4th, we put 
on a one day event (speaking, food, games and fireworks). During the morning 
service, we had people come forward for prayer; we saw people healed, released 
from bondage and relationships mended. Praise God! He is doing a great work 
in the lives of His people. We were also blessed to receive an update on a 
woman for whom we prayed for physical healing and a release from bondage, 
during our original visit. One month later, and she was still doing fine. Praise 
God; Praise God; Praise God! 
 
My beloved, do not be afraid to step out when the Holy Spirit speaks to you. 
These are the last days, and His word tells us that He will pour out His spirit on 
His sons and daughters, in the last days. 
 
Here are a few more write ups from some of our team members: During this mission trip, I was amazed at how bad the poverty levels were 
in the town of Booneville. Driving on back roads, I saw sheds that people 
live in, people gardening many live off what they grow, and people 
suffering or being content with what little they have. 
 
The children that came to VBS were so well behaved and thankful for what 
they had or were given from VBS. I was touched when I saw their faces 
light up when they decided to follow Jesus and was reminded of how I felt 
when I did as a child. They do not envy because money has no real value 
to them at this young age and because they are not really exposed to it. 
 
I’m so glad I was able to come on this mission’s trip and that I shared the 
love of God through this life that I have been blessed with. I’m going to 
miss these children so much – but not the ticks!!! Ha ha. - Kristin 
 
I am very grateful to the Lord for the privilege of being a part of this wonderful experience. There are 
many things that touched my heart, but a few really were special. The way the children in a family 
looked out for each other was so special. One in particular was a little boy and his younger brother. 
When he was offered a plate of food at lunch, his first response was, “My brother is hungry”. He would 
not eat until he knew his brother would eat also. A few words spoke of a protective love that isn’t 
shown often enough in our world. It really touched my heart. Another incident was seeing a mom that 
came and stayed all day with her children, and watched as they sang songs and did the motions, played 
games and won prizes. At first she just sat and watched, but after a little while she was singing, and 
clapping, and doing hand motions. Her smile just kept getting bigger. What really made another 
impact on me was an older man that came to be baptized at the river. His mom was standing on the 
bank and when he went under water she threw her hands up to God and started praising Him out loud. 
When she finished she shared that her son had been one of the worst drug dealers in the county, and 
had gotten saved, and had just sealed it with baptism. She glowed with joy and thanksgiving to the 
Lord. That man had joined hands with a few of us at the church before we came to the river to pray for a woman for healing. What a great God we serve. His mercies and blessings to us are never ending. 
Thank you Lord Jesus! - Lee
VBS – Vacation Bible School
Booneville, Owsley County, Kentucky, USA 
June 1st
 –5
th
 2011 
 
Wow! What an experience! Being there with the people of Booneville was a life 
changing experience for all involved. We saw God move mightily during this 
trip. There were 19 children in attendance, six of which were children of the 
volunteers and were junior helps. Out of these 19, nine asked Jesus into their 
hearts and 10 were baptized, along with one Grandparent. 
 
This rural area of Kentucky is truly like stepping into a third world country, in 
many ways. Some of the children that attended the VBS didn’t have running 
water in their homes, many still used an outside toilet (outhouse), and many 
homes were made out of particle board or whatever was available. Many are 
hungry and, because of the lifestyle, must look out for their younger siblings. 
 
There is one story that has been repeated to me several times, since we’ve 
returned. During lunch, on the first day of VBS, the children went downstairs 
to the basement to be served. Two siblings were in line together and the older 
sibling was first. The lunch worker handed the child a plate of food, but the 
child refused to take it, until his sibling had food too. At first glance, this was 
sweet, but then we saw all the children acting this way in so many different 
areas that we soon came to realize that it is out of necessity that these children 
must look out for each other, because there is no one else that will do it. It 
really makes your heart cry to see a 6-year-old making sure that a 4-year-old 
has food. 
 
Another story that has been retold, time and time again, happened on the last 
day, when the children were being bused back home. On this particular day, 
each child was given a box of food. When the driver got to the last child’s 
house, there were two boxes of food remaining. The child tried to refuse one of 
the boxes, because she thought it wasn’t right to take both, but the driver took 
them both into the house anyway. The exterior of the house was shaped like a 
box and made out of particle board, with no paint, no finishing touches, and no 
nothing. The girl was so embarrassed that she exclaimed, “I hate having an 
outside house”. The driver thought that she was referring to the exterior of the 
house but soon discovered that she meant an “outhouse” or an outdoor toilet, 
because her mom was in the bathroom (outhouse), when they arrived. But, even 
through all the embarrassment, the child was still so excited to get these boxes 
of food that she could not wait to open one of them, before the driver could leave. With joy and excitement, she then exclaimed, “Cereal! We never have 
cereal!… I love cereal!” 
The thrill and excitement that many families don’t see on Christmas Day, with a 
multitude of presents and thousands of dollars spent, was shown for a simple 
box of cereal! 
 
There is one more thing that I’d like to mention. Even though most of the 
families live in poverty, having very little as far as the standard is in many areas 
of the United States, there is greater contentment and happiness than I’ve 
personally seen in most of the places I’ve ever lived or visited. 
 
 I have been forever changed because of this trip to Booneville, KY. 
 
Recently, we went back to Booneville, KY. For the weekend of July 4th, we put 
on a one day event (speaking, food, games and fireworks). During the morning 
service, we had people come forward for prayer; we saw people healed, released 
from bondage and relationships mended. Praise God! He is doing a great work 
in the lives of His people. We were also blessed to receive an update on a 
woman for whom we prayed for physical healing and a release from bondage, 
during our original visit. One month later, and she was still doing fine. Praise 
God; Praise God; Praise God! 
 
My beloved, do not be afraid to step out when the Holy Spirit speaks to you. 
These are the last days, and His word tells us that He will pour out His spirit on 
His sons and daughters, in the last days. 
 
Here are a few more write ups from some of our team members: During this mission trip, I was amazed at how bad the poverty levels were 
in the town of Booneville. Driving on back roads, I saw sheds that people 
live in, people gardening many live off what they grow, and people 
suffering or being content with what little they have. 
 
The children that came to VBS were so well behaved and thankful for what 
they had or were given from VBS. I was touched when I saw their faces 
light up when they decided to follow Jesus and was reminded of how I felt 
when I did as a child. They do not envy because money has no real value 
to them at this young age and because they are not really exposed to it. 
 
I’m so glad I was able to come on this mission’s trip and that I shared the 
love of God through this life that I have been blessed with. I’m going to 
miss these children so much – but not the ticks!!! Ha ha. - Kristin 
 
I am very grateful to the Lord for the privilege of being a part of this wonderful experience. There are 
many things that touched my heart, but a few really were special. The way the children in a family 
looked out for each other was so special. One in particular was a little boy and his younger brother. 
When he was offered a plate of food at lunch, his first response was, “My brother is hungry”. He would 
not eat until he knew his brother would eat also. A few words spoke of a protective love that isn’t 
shown often enough in our world. It really touched my heart. Another incident was seeing a mom that 
came and stayed all day with her children, and watched as they sang songs and did the motions, played 
games and won prizes. At first she just sat and watched, but after a little while she was singing, and 
clapping, and doing hand motions. Her smile just kept getting bigger. What really made another 
impact on me was an older man that came to be baptized at the river. His mom was standing on the 
bank and when he went under water she threw her hands up to God and started praising Him out loud. 
When she finished she shared that her son had been one of the worst drug dealers in the county, and 
had gotten saved, and had just sealed it with baptism. She glowed with joy and thanksgiving to the 
Lord. That man had joined hands with a few of us at the church before we came to the river to pray for a woman for healing. What a great God we serve. His mercies and blessings to us are never ending. 
Thank you Lord Jesus! - Lee

VBS – Vacation Bible School

Booneville, Owsley County, Kentucky, USA

June 1st –5th  2011

Wow! What an experience! Being there with the people of Booneville was a life changing experience for all involved. We saw God move mightily during this trip. There were 19 children in attendance, six of which were children of the volunteers and were junior helps. Out of these 19, nine asked Jesus into their hearts and 10 were baptized, along with one Grandparent.

This rural area of Kentucky is truly like stepping into a third world country, in many ways. Some of the children that attended the VBS didn’t have running water in their homes, many still used an outside toilet (outhouse), and many homes were made out of particle board or whatever was available. Many are hungry and, because of the lifestyle, must look out for their younger siblings.

There is one story that has been repeated to me several times, since we’ve returned. During lunch, on the first day of VBS, the children went downstairs to the basement to be served. Two siblings were in line together and the older sibling was first. The lunch worker handed the child a plate of food, but the child refused to take it, until his sibling had food too. At first glance, this was sweet, but then we saw all the children acting this way in so many different areas that we soon came to realize that it is out of necessity that these children must look out for each other, because there is no one else that will do it. It really makes your heart cry to see a 6-year-old making sure that a 4-year-old has food.

Another story that has been retold, time and time again, happened on the last day, when the children were being bused back home. On this particular day, each child was given a box of food. When the driver got to the last child’s house, there were two boxes of food remaining. The child tried to refuse one of the boxes, because she thought it wasn’t right to take both, but the driver took them both into the house anyway. The exterior of the house was shaped like a box and made out of particle board, with no paint, no finishing touches, and no nothing. The girl was so embarrassed that she exclaimed, “I hate having an outside house”. The driver thought that she was referring to the exterior of the house but soon discovered that she meant an “outhouse” or an outdoor toilet, because her mom was in the bathroom (outhouse), when they arrived. But, even through all the embarrassment, the child was still so excited to get these boxes of food that she could not wait to open one of them, before the driver could leave. With joy and excitement, she then exclaimed, “Cereal! We never have cereal!… I love cereal!”

The thrill and excitement that many families don’t see on Christmas Day, with a multitude of presents and thousands of dollars spent, was shown for a simple box of cereal!

There is one more thing that I’d like to mention. Even though most of the families live in poverty, having very little as far as the standard is in many areas of the United States, there is greater contentment and happiness than I’ve personally seen in most of the places I’ve ever lived or visited.

I have been forever changed because of this trip to Booneville, KY.

Recently, we went back to Booneville, KY. For the weekend of July 4th, we put on a one day event (speaking, food, games and fireworks). During the morning service, we had people come forward for prayer; we saw people healed, released from bondage and relationships mended. Praise God! He is doing a great work in the lives of His people. We were also blessed to receive an update on a woman for whom we prayed for physical healing and a release from bondage, during our original visit. One month later, and she was still doing fine. Praise God; Praise God; Praise God!

My beloved, do not be afraid to step out when the Holy Spirit speaks to you. These are the last days, and His word tells us that He will pour out His spirit on His sons and daughters, in the last days.

Here are a few more write ups from some of our team members: During this mission trip, I was amazed at how bad the poverty levels were in the town of Booneville. Driving on back roads, I saw sheds that people live in, people gardening many live off what they grow, and people suffering or being content with what little they have.

The children that came to VBS were so well behaved and thankful for what they had or were given from VBS. I was touched when I saw their faces light up when they decided to follow Jesus and was reminded of how I felt when I did as a child. They do not envy because money has no real value to them at this young age and because they are not really exposed to it.

I’m so glad I was able to come on this mission’s trip and that I shared the love of God through this life that I have been blessed with. I’m going to miss these children so much – but not the ticks!!! Ha ha. - Kristin

I am very grateful to the Lord for the privilege of being a part of this wonderful experience. There are many things that touched my heart, but a few really were special. The way the children in a family looked out for each other was so special. One in particular was a little boy and his younger brother.

When he was offered a plate of food at lunch, his first response was, “My brother is hungry”. He would not eat until he knew his brother would eat also. A few words spoke of a protective love that isn’t shown often enough in our world. It really touched my heart. Another incident was seeing a mom that came and stayed all day with her children, and watched as they sang songs and did the motions, played games and won prizes. At first she just sat and watched, but after a little while she was singing, and clapping, and doing hand motions. Her smile just kept getting bigger. What really made another impact on me was an older man that came to be baptized at the river. His mom was standing on the bank and when he went under water she threw her hands up to God and started praising Him out loud.

When she finished she shared that her son had been one of the worst drug dealers in the county, and had gotten saved, and had just sealed it with baptism. She glowed with joy and thanksgiving to the Lord. That man had joined hands with a few of us at the church before we came to the river to pray for a woman for healing. What a great God we serve. His mercies and blessings to us are never ending.

Thank you Lord Jesus! - Lee

 

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