Back in the Fold


Lindsey was raised in a Sabbath-keeping church. But as a teenager, she attended public school and made friends who influenced her to join in living apart from God. By the time the pandemic hit, she was married with two children and suffering from panic attacks. That’s when she picked up a Bible and began reading. Her mother then sent her a link to watch an Amazing Facts prophecy series—and it not only changed her life, but it also turned her husband to God! Will you continue to help more wandering souls like Lindsey return to the faith of their childhood through Bible-centered programs?

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