Finding Peace


 Ezekiel’s world was shattered when he lost his brother, and he turned to drugs and alcohol to cope with his grief. Thankfully, a high school friend reached out in support—and then introduced him to Amazing Facts. That pivotal moment redirected his life toward healing and growth through regular Bible study and prayer. Today, countless souls seek solace and answers. Will you consider being a guiding light for more lives like Ezekiel, leading them to the transformative teachings of Scripture and a deeper relationship with Jesus? Thank you for your compassionate support, which brings hope and healing to those in need.

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