“People used to think of me as Jim the Marine – it gave me that sense of recognition. And yet… there was something still missing.”
James Richards talks with me about his experience serving with the Royal Marines, and his search for belonging in the battle of life.
Please share this video with those you know (the link is youtube.com/watch?v=kEjkTMVRRO8), and use it in your churches or ministry work.
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Watch Nora’s testimony. After both her parents became Christians within a short time of each other, Nora decided she had nothing to lose, and joined them one Sunday in going to church. She was introduced to the rescuer Jesus, and in the pain of her own hard situation, was only too happy to cry out for help from him. Her real encounter with Jesus marked a turning point affecting the rest of her life.
See other real life stories on the New Inn Chapel website.
Have a watch of Bill’s testimony. Bill is originally from Birkenhead. At a memorial service, aged 25, Bill was brought face to face with the reality of Jesus Christ. From that day onwards his life changed for the better as he began a personal relationship with Jesus.
More real life stories on the New Inn Chapel website.
Today’s testimony: Mike from South Wales. After joining a youth club run by a local church, Mike was struck by the message that he was a sinner and that Jesus had died to save him. His new relationship with Jesus changed his attitude to work and brought him great help with the ups and downs of life.
Check out more testimonies on the New Inn Chapel website.
Thought I’d share a series of video testimonies from people at our church, put together for a mission week recently.
First up is Richard, originally from Methyr Tydfil, South Wales. His father was a violent alcoholic, but after his parents separated, he went to live with his grandmother who introduced him to the good news of Jesus Christ.
Impatient for more? Watch the others on the New Inn Chapel website.