Hi my name is Terry, I’m 56, I’m from Wales, I’m a businessman and I’m so in love with Jesus
My name is Ramiah, I live and work in Ethiopia. Thirteen years ago, I and my family were in deep wor
Hi! My name is William and I am currently working on my master's degree at the Cleveland Institute o
I've always believed in Jesus. I actually grew up in an Anglican church. The pastor, his wife and th
My name is Vénuste Bisangabagabo (means resistant against difficulties). I love Jesus and I was bap
Like Karen, I was born in a Christian home. We actually grew up in families in the same church. So y
"I don't believe in anything that I can't see!"
One kept saying "you're an angel, you're an angel".
“Being a psychiatrist always leaves me empty & dry."
"Woah, what's your drug?"
"Aaren't you scared? You shouldn't risk your life like that!
"and we're just nothing"
Concert: Rock Oz' Arens Location: Avenches, Switzerland
It was late at night and I was on my way home from the Life Ball event. The tram doors opened and a woman in her late twenties walked in. She had a shaved head with a long blond strand of hair. Her body was very muscular, her
Amidst all the craziness of the Life Ball party John and I noticed an older couple holding hands and just being very sweet to each other. John started speaking to the wife and the older man started asking me about my life and my beliefs. I told him I loved
Shots of the team in Botswana during summer 2011
Shots of the team reaching out in Caledon
A true life story from one of the Missionzones team members that will also be published in a book in early 2011 called, "Warrior Chronicles 'Hearing from God' by S.W. Ward".
One of our friends in St Lucia who had given us a lift to town from the airport to the place we were staying got so excited when he heard we were missionaries that he drove us to all the different radio and television stations so that we could do
After we had our first national TV broadcast it became very clear that the number of people who wanted to hear our testimonies and learn the Word was too much to handle with one-on-one visits. So we organized a seminar that was going to be on the topic of faith
She was wearing a worn pair of Converse Allstars and written in pen on the side were the words "Wish you were here."
One of the companies in St Maarten sponsored the printing of a few thousand tracts for us with a little message from Jesus for someone who is struggling. It was a message of hope and for Jesus' love to be that anchor through the most difficult times. The day after we
I got on the tram and I saw this beautiful blonde girl with these huge, bright blue eyes. I sat down next to her and said, “Hello. How are you?” She said, “All right, how are you?” We just started talking and she said, “I’m getting off in the next