Even before the launch of the Coffee & Christ show, Kerri Chronicles was receiving emails from individuals just sharing their testimony. It wasn’t only healing to them as they wrote it; it was healing to me as I read it.
People want to hear and read about our experiences more than our convictions. We live in an experienced-obsessed culture. People like to compare their lives with others, not through evidence of arguments but through offered experiences. That’s what people want to hear about and read about, like a book, page after page.
My testimony is all over this site and it’s not pretty. At times in my life, I’ve been hesitant to share it but truth being told, God uses what is hideous, blemished, tarnished, broken, and dejected to bring about His glory.
So in living to honor Him, Kerri Chronicles and the Coffee & Christ show are calling out to everyone that wishes to share their testimony, anonymous or otherwise.
Email your testimony to email@example.com with ‘Testimony’ in the subject line, give it a title and we will publish them for you, on our site.
If you have a message that you WANT to get out, to join our mission of helping others, but you want to remain anonymous, that is okay too. Just put ‘Anonymous Testimony’ in the subject line and we’ll keep your identity secret.
And if you’d like, we’ll even include a link to your website or the ministry that you’re involved with to provide others with even more information to get them on the straight path to healing.
Giving your testimony to help others does not require fancy words or an amazing story. It’s as simple as telling your story of love and redemption.
If you feel that you don’t have a story, YOU DO! Just because you were protected from the pain that many experience in childhood and early adulthood, doesn’t mean that your testimony is somehow less powerful.
If you grew up in a Christian home, with God-fearing parents–the glory is still His. If you knew Christ at an early age and never really “fell away” or had a period of doubt–the glory is still His. If you find your testimony boring because you never found yourself homeless, addicted to drugs, or in jail–the glory is still His! Your testimony counts! It is powerful and God will receive glory from your story of hope, provision, and protection also.
So let’s help ourselves and help other by writing and sharing our stories. Let’s give God His glory.