Ronald’s Testimony (in his own words)

February 20, 2009

If you would like to leave a comment of encouragement for Ronald on the small stories I’ve shared or on his testimony, I’ll make sure he gets your note before I leave Monday morning. To comment, click on the title of the post and enter your note in the box below. Thanks!

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6 Responses to “Ronald’s Testimony (in his own words)”

  1. Marianne Says:

    May the Lord continue to crystallize His vision for you and your life as you attend KIMA. It is a great time of getting to know the Father of all things more deeply. I also pray that the Holy Spirit will begin to pursue all of your family and your entire tribe will one day come to know the Author of our salvation, the Lord Jesus Christ.
    Many Blessings,

  2. Karen Johnson Says:

    Continue to listen to the Holy Spirit’s whisperings. I will pray for your studies, your relationship with the Father, and for you to be a Light to others — friends and family — so that they can know the Grace of the Father thru his Son, Jesus Christ. God Bless!
    Karen Johnson

  3. Andy Campbell Says:

    The Lord will continue to work in and through you. You are his vessel, a conduit for his work. He will continue to cleanse you as you grow more and more into the image of his son, Jesus Christ. As you run, know that the Lord runs with you.
    Andy Campbell

  4. Ronald,
    Keeping running the race, dear friend, God is with you and he is for you. Keep your eyes fixed on him.
    The Lord bless you and those in your life.
    kathleen otchy

  5. Keeping running the race, dear friend, God is with you and he is for you. Keep your eyes fixed on him.
    The Lord bless you and those in your life.
    kathleen otchy

  6. Erin Gingrich Says:

    It was inspiring to read the account of how God grabbed a hold of your heart and brought you under His hand. After reading your testimony, Andy’s blog, and some emails from him, I feel like I know so much about you, even though we have never met. There are so many stories in Scripture of individuals who reflected on their past and the journeys that God brought them through, and those reflections gave them hope for the future. I encourage you to never take for granted what the Lord has done in your life up to this point, and that all of those remembrances would push you to continue living for Him and giving your life to further His kingdom.

    I have been thrilled beyond words that you and Andy have been able to connect and spend so much time together. Not only has he been able to accomplish one of his life-long dreams, but I believe has has made a true, life-long friend. Wouldn’t it be amazing if our entire family got to meet you someday? Who knows?


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