This Is My Story
Fifteen In Touch magazine readers share their stories of the Lord's hand at work in their lives.
Last spring, we asked for readers' testimonies of God’s faithfulness, and over 3,000 of you responded. The stories that follow are just a sampling of the moving and inspirational entries we received. We're grateful for each of you who took the time to share from your life, and we want to encourage you to keep telling your story with others.
Our prayer is that through these accounts of our heavenly Father's love and graciousness, you'll also see His hand at work in your own life more clearly—and recognize the power of remembering and recounting His goodness (Ps. 105:1-5).
A family struggling to put food on the table comes home to an astonishing surprise.
She’d lost her job and marriage, and now a foreclosure notice was on her front door. But one church stood in the gap for her—and changed the whole story.
He didn’t think forgiveness was for murderers like him—that is, until he met Smoky.
A woman abandoned by her husband comes to terms with the storm in her heart—and the God who cares about even the tiniest of hummingbirds.
She prayed for her dad’s salvation for 30 years, and now she wasn’t sure how much time he had left.
A teenage runaway and a life-changing conversation.
A Vietnam vet finds signs of God’s grace in the continuing story of a fellow soldier, 40 years after his friend’s death.
After losing the special needs foster child they’d fallen in love with, a couple waits for the Lord’s timing.
In the aftermath of a tragic plan crash, a missionary family must choose between despair and faith.
A woman in financial straits is moved to give sacrificially—with an unexpected result.
When she lost her vision, she thought she’d lost everything. But God had something else in mind.
After being angry with God for 17 years, a woman learns to see Him differently in the midst of loss.
His career was over in a moment, but the Lord had better plans.
A mother experiences God’s presence and provision far from home—even as her son was dying of cancer.
Her version of the American Dream went down in flames—but that wasn’t the end of the story.