Am I making a difference? Am I truly a leader? Am I on the right track?
These questions burned in my mind as I sat captivated at the History Makers Journey in my home country in the Middle East.
I absorbed everything I was taught at the conference. It was all so clear. Life is our greatest gift from God. We were delegated by Him to be decision makers. Why wouldn’t I live this lifelong journey praising the Lord and glorifying His name by devoting my thoughts, actions, and decisions to His Kingdom? All it would take is standing up, making a decision to surrender my whole life into God’s hands, and living it out with purpose and vision.
I knew in my heart I would be discontent if the History Makers training ended with me. I wouldn't be satisfied until I made a change. Today, I make that change.
From now on, I refuse to live randomly. I refuse to make useless decisions. I choose to live this journey making the changes God wants. I choose to be a leader, a decision maker, a History Maker.
From the moment Roni experienced History Makers, she refused to live without direction. She now intentionally lives for God, equipping leaders and spreading the Gospel throughout the West Bank.
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Staring out at the poor remnants of a terrorist attack, John and his team set to work to provide relief. They never could have imagined how God would use their efforts to change the lives of four men.
After the end of a severely unhealthy relationship, Olga began to wonder why God even allowed that season in her life. When she was introduced to couple who kept God at the center of their marriage, it all became clear...
My heart sunk when ILI leaders came to my high school to talk to us about the consequences of pornography consumption. There was a silence and seriousness I had never felt with my classmates, and in a strange way, it was unifying. Now my life is on a different path. I'm not going back.
When God restores our relationship with Him, He also heals the relationship with the most important person on earth, our spouse.
Lying amidst a splattering of corn, beans, and rotting cabbage, wrapped in a smudged blue towel, was a baby boy. That’s when Andrew told me to call Anne.
After a short-term mission trip to India, Peter questioned who would tell those who haven't heard the Gospel in India. God's answer to him was simple... "You will."