Born and raised in a small town in Japan, I had no access to experiencing the gospel of Jesus Christ growing up.
I grew up going to church every once in a while, and always used God for what I could get out of Him.
Since I was a baby, I grew up in a church. However, the problem for me was that I did not know Him on an intimate level.
From the time I entered this world, I was raised in a Christian home. When I was 8 years old, I gave my life to Jesus when a missionary prayed with me.
I was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan. I had never met anyone who claimed to be a Christian as I grew up.
I grew up in a family that had Christian values, but did not truly know and serve Christ.
I was an atheist and dating my now husband, Aziel, who at the time was a lukewarm Christian, and I did not know anything about God.
Lewisville, Texas, is the place where I called home for the first 18 years of my life. My younger sister and I were raised primarily by our single mom. We were “Christian” by title, but that description created no framework for our daily lives.
I was born in the DFW. My parents came to America from Nigeria, so I grew up in a pretty strong disciplinary household.
Born and raised in San Antonio, I grew up in a home that knew about God but didn’t know Him personally.
I spent my entire life leading up to college in Church, but the only thing that I ever learned was how to look like a Christian while doing anything that I desired.
I grew up in Sugar Land, TX, and was raised in a loving, ministry-centered family. My earliest memories were all in church and serving others.