• ** On July 4, 2017, we had a wonderful experience with the Godmobile at Grapvine Lake - Meadowmere Park. A team of Nigerians and Americans labored together in the harvest field. On July 5, we ministered at businesses in Old Town Grapevine, had luncheons and dinners in the marketplace, and closed with a NEW CHAPTER dinner in Garland, Texas. Read More
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Eden Chen

Eden ChenA SHOPLIFTER’S SEARCH FOR GOD

   I equated material possessions with happiness, until a high-school mission trip changed my thinking.

   While growing up, I was something of a nomad. I spent the first years of my life in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC. Then at age six, I moved to Hong Kong, where I would remain until the third grade, before moving back to Maryland. I grew up speaking Chinese at home and learned to master English at school. At a young age, I became adept at adapting to different environments. My ambitions were as quirky and unorthodox as my upbringing. Since I loved watching movies and morphing into different personas, I thought I might like to become an actor someday.

   My dad was a musician and my mom was a journalist. They raised my brother and me in the church, but gave us a long leash to explore. By the time we returned from Hong Kong, both of us had stopped going to church. In any event, my priorities lay elsewhere. I was obsessed with four things in particular: video games, sports, acquiring material things, and chasing women (at one point, I found myself trying to see three different girls at once).

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Barrister Isaac Okpanachi

Isaac OkpanachiSPARED FROM DROWNING   

My name is Isaac Okpanachi, and I was born into a strict Christian family in the village of Agojeju in  Kogi State of Nigeria, I was the first male of six children.  My father was an elder in the church and it was compulsory for us to be in church every Sunday with our parents for the morning service, Sunday school at 3 in the afternoon and the evening service.  In addition, we had family devotions morning and evening everyday. So I grew up knowing a lot of scriptures by heart and seeing good examples of Christian living but all that meant nothing to me. I had a good but not exactly a comfortable childhood by my village standards. My family moved from Agojeju to a larger town, Ejule, in 1968, where because of the business vacuum that was created following the departure of the Ibos at the beginning of the Biafran civil war in 1967, my father became rich (by our standards) and at a point owned two 911 Mercedes Benz trucks with his two partners.

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Ryan Binkley

RyanBinkleyBUILDING AN INVESTMENT BUSINESS FOR THE KINGDOM

I was raised in a middle class home in the North Dallas suburbs of Plano, Texas.  We really didn't go to church much until I was about in sixth grade.  Up until that point, a church bus visited our neighborhood a few times and when I went there as a child I always felt a connection to God.  My parents received Christ, when I was about 12 years old and off to church we went.  It was soon after that I asked the Lord in my life and for His presence to guide me.  I remember as 7th grader describing the Lord's leading in my life to a friend as "The Edge". I called him that because he asked me how did I know when to stay out of trouble and make certain decisions...my only answer was that the Lord was leading me and that He is The Edge I have.

I wish that I would have stayed close through high school and college, but I drifted from the Lord.  Never departing in my mind, but looking back, I know that worlds pull on my life had taken me far from His presence than I ever imagined.

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