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Brittany Garcia - Healed

I felt a hand on my back. I looked up and it was my small group leader! She had come to find me in the back of that dark room because she cared for me and knew that I was struggling with epilepsy. In that moment, everything was so clear and I realized that I needed healing. I knew that sickness wasn’t meant to be part of my identify.

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Emerson - Pursued

“By the end of my sophomore year of college, I felt incredibly lost, I became self-centered, and I was mean. I thought that I could live in sin AND pursue God. Often times, I would feel empty and angry with myself with how I was living. I began to hunger for real relationships and real conversations.“ - Emerson Frase

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Amanda’s Testimony - Restored

After experiencing a Godless upbringing and deep hurt in her teen years, Amanda was left with more questions that anything. Hear in her words, about how Jesus made himself known to her and answered all of her questions. "What is the Gospel?", "Is everything in the Bible true?", "Is Jesus really God?", and "Could Jesus still love me, despite my sin?" 

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One Step at a Time by Stephanie Hanson

“As we went along, taking in the splendor of God’s creation, my thoughts turned to God, and the path he was taking me on. Not the literal path I found myself walking in the forest, but the actual path I was walking in life.”

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Reconciled - Hallie’s Testimony

 “All the questions I had and all the distorted understandings I had about God up to that point were wiped away and Jesus had made Himself known to me. Through my sister that followed so closely after Him, the girls in my small group that all exhibited His character so well, and His wonderful Word; I began to see Him. Eager to understand more and get to know this Jesus - I stayed.” - Hallie

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In His Image by Kate Anderson

“To miss out on relationships is to miss out on God.”

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Markell - Resurrected

As I lit the joint, I heard a voice ask me: ”When will you let me be your father?” I stopped in my tracks. I knew it was God.

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