Life Stories

Life Stories (214)

There is power in stories of life transformation.  It's really what God is most interested in.  At KGF, we celebrate the work God is doing in each one of us, and hope that you will be encouraged and challenged in your own walk as you read, listen to and watch some stories from this church family.


Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:09

Raymond R

I was raised in a wonderful loving home. I left home when I was 16 and lived and worked in Calgary, for many years, but I lived a very selfish life.

I heard about a church and what they were preaching and wanted to know if it was real, so I attended some services. I realized what the Pastor was saying was real and prayed with him and accepted Jesus into my heart and life; for the first time, I knew what the word sin meant.

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:08

Dorothy R

I grew up in Belfast, Northern Ireland and can’t remember a time when I didn’t go to church (morning and evening services and Sunday School in the afternoon). Despite that, it wasn’t until I attended a 2-week crusade when I was 8 that I understood my need to give my life to Christ in order to become a Christian. The years’ following were a slow and steady growth-time in my Christian life. I attended Capernwray Bible School in the UK for a year and it was there that I was baptized and deepened my roots in Christ.

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:08

Jessica P

Growing up, the church was like my second home. Both my parents were youth pastors until I was 8, and then they both worked at the church, my dad as the head pastor and my mom as the administrator, until I was 14. It was when we moved to Lloydminster when I was 8 that I began to wonder why my parents were so committed to what they did at the church. My dad led me to the Lord the night I asked him about it all. I was baptized when I was 10, but I had not surrendered everything to Him or fully followed Him until this last year.

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:07

Takumi M

        Before I met Christ, I lived and thought this way. I followed Japanese culture - just living for money and pleasure. I didn't think about the future because I didn't feel I had a purpose. But I always felt like there was something missing. I collected my ideas from many different people - historical figures, samurais, to make my world view. I hated religion.

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:06

Rochelle M

Growing up in a Christian home gave me the foundation that God existed, but He did just that; existed. In my world, I was the centre of the universe.

And it worked for a while. I was good at school, excelled at sports and was able to get a scholarship that paid my way through university. I attended international track meets and if I wanted to achieve something, I could do it in my own strength. That was, until I didn't.

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:03

Betty L

The night was so dark. It was quiet except for the monotonous hum of the car motor. The car pulled up to a stop sign. Seven kids were asleep in the rear seat. My mother asked, "Which way, left or right? Where do we go?" We were heading down a road with no destination.

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:02

Aldon L

I was born in southern Manitoba and spent my first 8 years on a small family farm, along the international border with North Dakota. My parents being very committed followers of Jesus, introduced me to the value of regular church attendance as a week-old baby. My earliest memories include being in Sunday School and church on a very regular basis.  

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:01

Levi K

I grew up in a Christian home and heard about Jesus since I was little.

Attending Sunday school, Awanas, and Stockade boys club were church activities I enjoyed.

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:00

Autumn K

I have grown up in a Christian home where we read the Bible and pray together. On Sunday, April 10, 2011 at 10:30 p.m., I prayed to Jesus to come into my heart.

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 14:59

Donna K

Living in a Christian home and attending Sunday school, various church activities, and youth group was something I was privileged to enjoy while I was growing up.

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