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Please share with us how you have been impacted by Love Worth Finding. Complete the form below and click “Submit” to send us your story. We often select stories to be shared throughout our LWF community, and always will protect your privacy if desired. God bless you!
THEIR Stories of Faith
Every day, LWF is blessed to receive stories of lives transformed by the Gospel of Jesus. Here are some of our favorites.
Meet Barry Meguiar
The most important reason to get in the game, of course, is that God will blow the final whistle; we haven’t a moment to lose.
“I totally believe there is going to be an outpouring, a revival in these last days,” Meguiar says, even though church attendance is shrinking and looks like the farthest thing from revival. Where the game will get interesting, Meguiar says, is outside the church walls.Read the Story
Meet Greg Addison
It was a night of blessing in 2002, the last Sunday night before Greg Addison would leave for his first senior pastorate in Arkansas. Hands had been laid. Prayers had been prayed. And now Greg and his wife, Janet, and their two young children, Grant and Mabry, shared the privilege of dinner with Adrian and Joyce Rogers.Read the Story
Meet Terry and Becki Brimhall
Terry and Becki Brimhall (then Becki Buckelew) were in their early twenties when they got serious about Jesus. Each had come to Him as believers at age 11, but now they were young adults dating each other and attending a service in 1980 at which Dr. Adrian Rogers had just given an invitation.Read the Story
Meet Wallace Lock
Wallace Lock has travel plans. He’s drawn a bull’s eye in a five-mile radius around Bellevue Baptist Church in Cordova, TN. He and his wife, Kam, and the rest of his Sunday school class warriors are GOING IN. Travel dates: April 17-19, 2019, Easter weekend. Luggage: sacks full of LWF tracts. Agenda: share the only love worth finding.Read the Story
Meet An Unlikely Pair: Rachel & Charlie
A STORY OF FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN TWO BELIEVERS WHO MET AT THE INTERSECTION OF HOPE AND HOMELESSNESS
Charlie is a hard worker with a big love for God, limited resources, and no Internet. Rachel is a hard worker with that same God-love, a bicycle, and, importantly, Internet access. Charlie is 50, full of life experience and wisdom. He likes to talk. Rachel is 24, full of ideas and enthusiasm. She likes to read.Read the Story