“And He did not permit him but said to him, “Go home to your friends and tell them how much the Lord has done for you, and how He has had mercy on you.” Mark 5:19
“Oh give thanks to the Lord; call upon His name; make known His deeds among the peoples!” 1Chron 16:8
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Testimony of Heather Lanning
The beginning years of my life I was raised in a Pentecostal church. I came to know Jesus at the age of four. I was being sexually abused, for the first time, and I found comfort in Jesus’ arms even at that young age. My parents divorced when I was nine, due to my father’s extramarital affair, and it was about that time that my life started to spiral out of control. I was sexually abused again around the age of 10 by a close friend of the family. By the age of 12 I was acting out sexually and with alcohol and drugs.
Testimony of Reva Wren
So many years, so many lessons, it’s hard to know where to begin. Should I start when I was a child? Which period of life should I tell of God’s miracles? Way too many to list….
The day I really met my Lord – the One who truly loves me.
Testimony of Joe Bell
My name is Joe. Before I came to this Ministry, I had a promising career in the construction field. But I felt as though something was missing in my life, but just couldn’t figure out what that was. So instead of searching to find that answer I turned to booze and drugs to fill that void. So much so that eventually that lifestyle led me to homelessness, but more so, hopelessness.
Testimony of Jackie Wells
Hi my name is Jackie and I’m a grateful believer in Jesus Christ and a recovering drug addict. Prior to coming to God’s Ranch [the woman’s discipleship program, not currently active] my drug abuse spanned approximately 33 years. I was in drug treatment seven times, completing six of them, detox eight times, and I completed a two-year outpatient program required by the court because of a DUI. In between those times I was in various other institutions because of my drug addiction. I had no lasting sobriety after getting out of any of these places.
Testimony of Matthew & Christina Atwood
This letter is in regards to the Ministry work being done by the team at the Christian Biker Tabernacle in Tacoma, Washington.
My husband and I entered their discipleship program in November of 2000. We were both broken and troubled by a 20-year addiction to methamphetamines. We were unemployable, emotionally unavailable to our two children, and headed towards separation, prison, or death.
Testimony of Terry Lynn Brass
Let me tell you a little about myself yesterday and today. I was an alcoholic and struggled with that affliction for over 30 years. I have been an inpatient in various “secular” treatment programs 11 times. Basically, I went and got sober then shortly after completing the programs I went right back to the drinking. Over the course of several years of this game I began to lose hope of ever living a “normal” life without alcohol. I lost my self-respect and my value system was so clouded I did things I was very ashamed of which resulted in me being depressed and riddled with guilt.
Testimony of Karen Stutesman
On April 20, 2004 at 10am I went to a discipleship program CBT runs called “God’s Ranch”. When I arrived I was a very broken person with no hope of a future; a marriage that was a signature away from being terminated a three beautiful children that had lost all hope of ever having their happy family back.
Testimony of Danette K. Clinton
My name is Danette K. Clinton, I am thirty-three years old. A mother and follower of the Lord Jesus Christ. I currently live in Lincoln California.
When I was lost in sin and drugs my parents sent me to God’s Ranch for the first time in 2002. At that time the Lord knew that I was not ready to change. I went back out into the world and back to God’s Ranch again. The Lord knew I still wanted it both ways and at the end of 2003 I tried it again.
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