Testimonies

In Search of Water

I was born in the flat lands of West Texas in 1951. I had a great childhood with no big problems. In my late teens I became convinced that the key to life was to eat organic food and drink pure water. In 1972 I moved to N.W. Arkansas to “live off the land.” My …

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I Was Going to Hell

I know, 100% for sure, without a doubt that if I were to die tonight, I would go to heaven. I haven’t always known this, nor has it always been true. At one time, I was actually going to hell. Let me tell you how I came to the point that I knew beyond a …

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I Was Dead Wrong!

When I was younger, my family use to go to church every Sunday. I developed this idea that the things I learned were for Sunday’s only. I should act good on Sundays and Monday through Friday, I could do what I wanted. I also had the idea that since God was so good, He would …

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Heaven Bound

That’s where I’m headed. Heaven, that place where God lives and all those that have accepted His gift of salvation through Jesus Christ. Sound too good to be true? And how can I be so sure? I John 5:13 says that you can know you have eternal life if you believe on the name of …

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Nicodemus Church

A Promise for Me

I grew up on a large family farm halfway between Lake Wedington and Siloam Springs, Arkansas. I was blessed to have Christian parents and an older brother and sister who were good influences on me. We attended an old country church, Nicodemus Church, a couple of miles down the road from our farm. We went …

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From Vice to Victory!

Hello. My name is George Kovach, and I am a born-again Christian. Let me tell you my story. My Dad was a non-practicing Catholic, and my mother a non-practicing Methodist. So my brother, sister, and I were not raised in church, even after my parents divorced and we moved in with my Mom’s parents. I …

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From the Teepee To the Cross

I had the best childhood any kid could want. I had parents that loved me and showed it: my parents were involved in my life. In the summers, we would spend every day at the lake. My childhood was great; my parents were great; everything was great; except there was this nagging, empty, lonely feeling …

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Everything Yet Nothing

Have you ever felt like you had just about everything, but in your heart you had nothing? I did! I grew up in a loving home with wonderful, Christian parents. We weren’t rich, but they provided what we needed, and, for the most part, we were happy. I had just about everything I could ask …

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