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You’re an angel

One kept saying "you're an angel, you're an angel".

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I came for coffee, I got Jesus

“Being a psychiatrist always leaves me empty & dry."

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The Need To Forgive

"She told me that her mother was in rehab and had struggled with taking Xanax for years"

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Day In And Day Out

"The most important thing is to love"

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Making Right Choices

"Unless we give them a chance most will find themselves in prison "

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Are you an angel?

" I was thinking today that I should give up on life.."

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Look of hopelessness

"Can't stand to look into another persons eyes as they jump in front of my train..."

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Freedom: My Dream

Walking down the main street where all the bands were playing and the people were hanging out, there was this group of young kids.

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Mood Swings

I started talking to this young guy. He was a web designer and was talking a bit about his life.

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What Book Did You Get That From?

I was standing on the side of the road watching the girls as they spoke to a group of anarchist punk kids.

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Faithful Missionary

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 our broadcasts. He said he also really wanted to start witnessing but he didn’t know where to start so we gave him a stack of tracts so that he could start distributing them. He was so excited he made 500 more copies of the tract. He went to hospitals, schools and

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High Security Prisoners get message

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 printed it we got a lift from one side of the island to the other with a man who turned out to be the chef for the prison in St Maarten which is actually the biggest prison in the region where everyone from the Dutch islands is sent. It is

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Simple Faith for a Rasta Man

Today we walked into this special herbal, vegetarian, coffee shop. There was a guy behind the counter with dreads, and there was this whole vegan theme. I asked him if he was a Rastafarian. He said, "No, I'm not. A lot of people ask me that because of my hair and the fact that I work at this vegan shop." Then he said, "Why do you ask?" and I replied, "Well, I just came back from Ethiopia. Most Rastafarians tell me that it's the motherland." He walked to the back and was getting our coffee. Then he looked at me and

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Trinidad – overview

The day before, we weren't really sure about going to Trinidad. Except for one referral, we didn't really know anyone. We had been told that it was not very safe. We didn't know anyone in Trinidad, except for this one referral, so Jesus said, “Well, knock on the doors I have given you. Call this person.” So Cherry called the person Jesus showed us to call. He was so sweet. He said, “I'm really excited that you are coming to Trinidad. Don't worry. We'll set everything up for you for the entire duration of your stay here.” He also wanted to

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Hitchhiking in Haiti

We went with a group of doctors from the orphanage we were staying at into the city, to the general hospital. We didn’t have a car, so we all got together just before leaving and really prayed that Jesus would be with us every step of the way and especially for them, that He’d give them the patience, the wisdom in knowing how to operate and what to do, what medicine to prescribe, and we prayed specifically that we would get one lift straight to the hospital. Haitian "Tap Tap" When we left the building, the doctors were a little nervous

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Unconditional Love

A doctor came up to me with a young lady, no more than 15 or 16 years old and said, “She needs to talk with you. Can you talk with her for a little bit?” So I sat down and she was very stiff, very reserved and didn’t seem like she wanted to talk. I just prayed and I said, “Jesus, what do I say to her? How can I help her?” The Lord told me to ask her where her family was and how her family was. She looked at me for a little bit and then she said

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Belief in Prayer

I was on my way to meet a friend when I noticed a young man lounging against a store. Jesus told me that I needed to talk to him. As we started talking I asked him about himself. He had grown up in a normal Christian home but he said that he had watched his dad pray for things and nothing ever happened. He’s watched his whole family pray for things, and he was like, "Yeah, well, screw it, prayer doesn’t work. It can’t work for me. Jesus doesn’t work either, because how can you pray to someone who’s supposed

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