LWF Stories of Faith

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Every day, LWF is blessed to receive stories of lives transformed by the Gospel of Jesus. Here are some of our favorites.

Blake Krumalis

A calm and caring response from Pastor Adrian Rogers, displayed during a stressful time, was all Blake Krumalis needed to be wooed to church, introduced to Jesus, discipled, and pointed toward a life of faithful service.

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Pastor Rogers in the Word

June is mental health month, which is reason enough for Love Worth Finding to explore what the Bible has to say about fear and anxiety.

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The Friends of Love Worth Finding

As we at Love Worth Finding look back over the last year, from one May to another, we see not only how life is rapidly changing but also how God is actively working.

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The Ruszczynski Family

Matthew and Melissa Ruszczynski are teaching their four young children to love God, love His Word, and share His love with others. See how this played out on a hot summer day last July.

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Milhail and Emanuela Geaubou

Meet Milhail and Emanuela Geaubou, Love Worth Finding’s Foreign Language Department partners in Romania, and discover a story of flourishing faith during a time of religious persecution.

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Cheryl Matute

As believers moving into 2021, we could all use some encouragement. Cheryl's story of restoration serves to remind us of God's enduring pursuit of His children. Surrendering to Christ gave Cheryl a new beginning, positively impacting her life as a young wife and mother. 

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Lacey Hancock

“I am Christian and God gave me the talents to paint, dance, write, and sing ... I love my life.” This is the declaration of Lacey Hancock, a 32-year old artist with Down syndrome. 

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Michael Cassie

Gang life, Communism, addiction, Islam, salvation—what an odd sequence of events! But this is Michael’s story.

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Denise Howard

When the light goes on, and when the client carries her child to term, Denise celebrates the life-affirming choice. And in her mind, she goes back to that choice to take the road less traveled, the road that connects her to the Life-giver Himself.

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Norman Kahlberg

It was Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, 1980, and Norman Kahlberg wanted nothing more than to be “at one” with his Heavenly Father. Like others among his family and friends, he had set this day aside for fasting and other religious restrictions.

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