Here are four of the testimonies featured at LifeStory Foundation. You can read their true story or listen via audio.
Ask any Canadian sports fan about the 1972 hockey series which saw Canada defeat the Soviet Union, and the name Paul Henderson springs immediately to mind. You’ll be inspired as you hear this hero of Canadian sports history tell his own story of hockey and faith!
At age 8, Hugh Ross wanted to become an astro physicist. Later, he graduated from the University of British Columbia with a doctorate in astronomy and for several years conducted research at the California Institute of Technology on quasars and galaxies. He is also the author of the best-selling book, “The Fingerprint of God.” Can a scientist believe in a Creator? In this tape, hear how Dr. Ross spent two years testing the Bible’s scientific statements and how that research changed his life. Find out more about Dr. Ross’ ministry, Reasons to Believe.
Joni Eareckson Tada
A diving accident in 1967 left Joni Eareckson Tada a quadriplegic in a wheelchair. Today, she is an internationally known mouth artist, a talented vocalist, a radio host, an author of 17 books and an advocate for disabled persons worldwide.
After suffering from a brutal rape, Lee Ezell discovered she was pregnant. She bravely chose to relinquish her child for adoption, wishing the very best for the child. Twenty years later, Lee was shocked to hear a voice on the other end of the telephone state, “Hi, I’m Julie and you’re my mother.” Televised across North America, Lee’s story of her remarkable reunion with her daughter has touched the hearts of millions. In this story, enjoy the laughter and tears shared together between Lee and Julie as they explain how anyone can find peace and hope –in spite of life’s “missing pieces.”