Jubiliee Testimonies

This is a time to look back and reclaim the feeling, assurance, commitment, and love we have for the Lord Jesus Christ. You can revisit the 50 days of Jubilee Testimonies to view previously published testimony letters from our congregation.



Day 46: We are the Church

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Since I first accepted Christ as my personal Savior, the meaning of the church has meant different things in my life. I was a teenager going to church with a friend to a little country church when the church had an evangelist come. He wasn’t a dynamic speaker by any means. A far cry from the ones you see on TV or in the movies!  There was just something about what he had to say that touched my heart like it never had been touched before. I couldn’t tell you his name the second after I left the altar.  One thing I did now, I did know the name of Jesus. At that time church was a building.  I didn’t equate it with people.

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Day 44: The Basics

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Heritage – going back to one’s roots; returning to the basics.

In the year of Jubilee, all the inherited land reverted back to the original family ownership. It was a protection for each tribe and it was a reminder that God had given each tribe a specific territory. If you sold it, the price was determined by how many years were left before Jubilee because you knew when Jubilee came and the land would go back to the original family.

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Day 42: What You Can Do

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I started my Christian life at a young age.  I was baptized at the age of 9.  God has been in my life for a long time.  I met my husband, Ron, and he asked me to go to church with him at North Cove.  We were married there and continued to attend there off and on through our early years.  I had a lot of ups and downs in my early Christian life but I still always prayed for God to show me the way to a better Christian life.

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Day 45: Keeping My Strength

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On what do you depend? Do you rely on your own wisdom and strength?  Do you ever feel alone or deserted, especially when you have exhausted your own strength and power?

I believe there are times in all our lives when we all need to take stock of who we are and just where we put our faith. For me, this is where this church – Heritage Church of God – plays a major part in my life. It is the place I come to keep me grounded in Christ. It is a place to come see God at work, as well as work for God. It is the place God has chosen for me to come where I can hear His word, listen to His music, and find the friendship and joyful fellowship with other believers.  It helps me to keep God’s fire alive in me.

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Day 43: My Church Family

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My daughters were looking for a team to play softball with and WPOS was looking for women softball players. Heritage Church of God needed two girls so my daughters were placed on their team. Eventually they began attending church at Heritage. One Sunday my daughter, Jeannie, was asked to sing a special which prompted the girls to ask my wife and me to church.

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Day 41: A Place in My Heart

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Heritage Church has such a special meaning and place in my heart. Family has many definitions for me when it comes to this wonderful church.

First of all, I have the privilege of calling Pastor Fry “Daddy.” I am honored to be the daughter of a Godly man. I see personally the dedication he gives daily to our church and I am grateful for the love and support the congregation gives him in return.

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