Faith At Work

Believers Fulfulling Their Calling Where God Has Placed Them

Wednesday, 02 December 2015 12:55

Tommy McKinnon, Baptist Health

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RRJ:   You had parents who taught you about Christ and you were active in church, but your faith drastically changed in your 30’s. Can you tell us what happened?

 

Tommy:   During my 20’s, I had simply turned the volume down on God. Sadly, I was totally focused on me, my career and my personal goals. As a result, my relationship with my wife, Sandy, began to suffer. But I began to hear from God at 30 and that still, small voice told me I needed to change.

Sunday, 08 November 2015 19:42

Matt Phillips, M.D., OB/GYN and Associates

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RRJ:  You were told the good news of the Scriptures all of your life by godly parents and teachers, but has God’s love and grace always been your primary motivation in life?

My relationship with Jesus began, as all relationships begin, with an introduction. God used so many people in my life to show me Jesus and to introduce me to the only One who can give meaning and purpose in life. Early in my relationship with God I spent my time checking off the boxes of do´s and don’ts of being a Christian, all the while trying to fit into the world.

Tuesday, 06 October 2015 14:03

Vi Zaner, Broker with Parker Development Company

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RRJ:  Has Jesus been a part of your life as long as you can remember?

 

Yes, I was taught in Sunday School and by my parents who Jesus is and what He did.  I was taught that He is the son of God, born to the Virgin Mary, lived on Earth as a perfect man, died on the cross and rose from the dead after three days, and ascended into heaven where He lives now.  I learned all about the miracles He performed and the parables He told.  I have believed that all of my life.

Tuesday, 08 September 2015 07:25

Anthony Brock Director of Valiant Cross Academy

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RRJ:  Many people have major high points and low points - bouncing around until they crash and then looking for help from God.  You’re not that person.  It isn’t a perfectly straight progression from your childhood to where you are now, but it’s close.  I know you are quick to attribute your trust in God’s plan to your parents clear demonstration of the Gospel of Christ when you were a child.  Can you first explain what that looked like in your home and its impact on your life?

Tuesday, 04 August 2015 20:13

Terry and Lynn Adams, Co-Owners of Adams Motorsports

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RRJ: You have an interesting story in that God used Lynn to lead you, Terry, to Christ before you were married.  How did that happen?

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RRJ: You recognized Christ as your Savior when you were in elementary school and “walked the straight and narrow” as you grew into a man, but your view of being a Christian changed while you were in college.  What was the difference?

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 20:56

Lois Brown, Volunteer, American Cancer Society

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RRJ: Many people can relate to the role “going to church” played in your early exposure to Christianity.  What were some of the benefits you received being raised in the church?

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RRJ: Some people can tell you the exact day and time they realized their need for Jesus’ gift of atonement.  You two don’t have a moment like that because you’ve both looked to Jesus for as long as you can remember.  Why is that and do you ever wish you had a “moment of salvation”?

Friday, 03 April 2015 18:42

David Lewis Chief Executive Officer, Prattville YMCA

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RRJ: A few years ago you made a major career change. Can you tell us about that?

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RRJ: Many people become followers of Christ when they’re young.  That wasn’t the case with you.  How did God call you to Himself?

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