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Thanks for joining me on Part 4 of telling my life, my ministry, and abuse story. It starts out with moving back east to be closer to extended family. I enter the work force with a few challenging jobs, join my cousin’s church, and finally get baptized. Learn why being overly vocal with your family about your new faith can backfire. I reminesce about the first woman that I helped escape from domestic violence, sharing Jesus with a Hindu coworker, and getting initated during my first time knocking on doors during visitation. At my first missions conference, I got called to be a missionary. I made a few friends with a couple church families and gain a benefactor to help me get through college. I end this episode with a song selection called Travelin’ Shoes, a catchy blues tune from the Civil War era. I hope you enjoy it!
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