Stories: Everybody Has One
We all have a story—stories of our past and our future, our family and friends, and our inner thoughts and emotions. Our stories often intersect with joy and sorrow, with success and failures, with others and even with God. This series looks at the God-stories of four people from the Bible and how they were transformed by an encounter with Jesus.
Imagine a poor, blind man stumping a room full of religious leaders with a simple story. But it wasn’t just any story; it was his story and God’s story. You don’t need to know everything or have all the answers for God to write you a story of healing and transformation. You just need to let him.
Pastor Greg shares the story of how he accepted Christ as a teenager in high school.
Cher Her tells the story of how God transformed his life through a near-fatal car accident.
What is it like to feel marginalized, excluded? Maybe you feel lonely. Maybe you feel that even God doesn’t venture out into your space. But he’s already there, waiting to give you a new story to tell.
Maxine Thao shares her story of how disillusionment in her career led her to start doing things God’s way instead of her own.
Pakou Yang shares her story of how she experienced God’s love after a broken heart.
Imagine encountering Jesus is such a powerful way that your entire value system changes overnight. This is what happened to the Apostle Paul as he went from a man full of pride to something so much better.
Lani Moua shares her story of how God showed her that she was enough.
Rhia Yang shares her story of how God saved her from a life of addiction and gave her freedom and grace in Jesus.
Saul of Tarsus was one of the most feared mean in the days of the early church. He was wealthy, educated, and powerful. And he led the first persecution and execution of Christians… at least until God grabbed hold of him. His story of redemption is proof that none of us is ever beyond God’s grasp.
Xau Moua shares a story of how a struggle with his identity and manhood allowed God to show him who he was in Christ alone.