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From Catholic To Holy Ghost

Bro. Joseph Conroy's Testimony

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Bro. Joseph Conroy
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Bro. Joseph Conroy is a missionary to the Middle East. Almost two years ago he shared his testimony at Victory Tabernacle, Burbank CA, about how God led him to the Bible truth of the gift of the Holy Ghost.

By posting this testimony it is not our intention to insult Catholics or people of other religions, but as Bro. Conroy says in his testimony “I just want you know what life was like inside this thick head, what the world looked like to me.”

This testimony is long, but well worth the listen!

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(02:06:00)

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The church mentioned in Bro. Conroy’s testimony is Truth Tabernacle, Fresno CA. It is now pastored by Elder Vaughn Morton.

My Walk Back To Life

Jesse D.'s Testimony

Excerpt:

“It was an incident that was drug related… A person would call a ‘bad trip’… upset with everything that moved. It was that I found myself driving into a cemetary, when the cemetary was closed, and the gates where closed. So the only way into the cemetary was through the gates. So that’s where I ended up, driving through the gates. And it was like I was having a connection or a spiritual encounter. I guess what we called it at church it’s… I was going through… feeling that it was, I was in the rapture. So when I was in the cemetary I was driving my car through there and was like angels or things coming out of the ground… people coming out of the ground. I’m not into the church yet, I’m barely, I’m just trying to find my way. And then all the sudden I know that I have so much illegal stuff in my pocket. What am I gonna do?”

Bro. Jesse D recently shared the testimony of God’s process in his life, changing him and bringing him to salvation.

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(00:23:12)

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Bro. Booker’s Testimony – The Short Version

Pastor Larry Booker's Testimony

Pastor Larry Booker
Pastor Booker before and after coming to God
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I was born in 1952 and lived in Colorado, mainly in the city of Pueblo. My mother raised my older brother and me by herself. At times we were reduced to very dire circumstances. My mother married my step-father when I was in fourth grade. He adopted us, and my mother, loved, cared, and provided for all of our needs. I have no complaints or sad tales from that point on concerning my upbringing.
In spite of all my parent’s efforts, when I reached my teen years I “spinned out” as did so many young people of the Sixties era. From the age of 14 until nineteen, my life became completely captivated by the drugs, alcohol, rock music, and rebellion that earmarked that generation. Read More »

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