Testimonies Will Boost Your Faith!

Testimonies That Will Boost Your Faith In God!

Each of us has our own testimonies! Share your testimony to strengthen other peoples walk with God, and in the meantime, reinforces your own faith!

Believe it or not, you have a testimony, no matter where you are in your walk in your faith.
Maybe you are in the curious stage of your faith, maybe you are in the developing stage of your faith, or maybe you are in the stage of your faith in which you are helping others in their faith by sharing your faith with others.
No matter where you are your story can be an influence in the lives of others in a positive way.

Testimonies Will Encourage Both You And Others!

Testimonies are an excellent way to build faith in God, by hearing a testimony or by sharing yours with others! If you would like to learn how to share your testimony you will discover that it is not that difficult. Each one of us has our testimony or story that we can share with others if we choose to do so.

We encourage you to share your story with others to encourage them in their faith. Learn more about the good news! Sharing your testimonies with those you know, with those you do not know, basically anyone you come in contact with is a wonderful way to share the gospel (good news) of Jesus Christ. ~ Bill Greguska


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How Should We Share Our Testimonies With Others?

More Encouraging Testimonies

  1. Pastor Billy Graham

  2. Pastor Francis Chan

  3. Pastor Jeff Schreve

  4. Pastor Mark Mallwitz

  5. Pastor Ron And Sue Sauer

  6. Pastor Ron West

  7. Ben Hersh

  8. Bill Greguska

  9. Brian Larson

  10. Dale Carnegie

  11. Diana Greguska

  12. John Wegner

  13. Lora Kesselhon

  14. Mike Hayden

  15. Ray Jablonski

  16. Terri Mitchell


My Personal Testimony Of My Faith In Jesus Christ

By Bill Greguska

Let others know what God has done in your life! That is one of the best testimonies there is!!!

I first heard of Jesus Christ when I was a young boy of about 7 years old while growing up. My parents took me to church every weekend and even put me in a church school instruct me which was were some of the fundamentals of my faith developed.

My faith in God was very frustrating to me because I learned about what was good and acceptable, but it was hard for me to live it out in my life.

Then while growing up, the Lord allowed multiple difficulties such as a drug and alcohol problem, homelessness, and problems with the law all to ultimately understand how deep of a need that I had for God through these hard times I got myself into.

Alcohol and drugs were my thorns in my side!

There then was a period of time in my life that I got really serious about my faith because God orchestrated that I would end up in long-term drug and alcohol rehabilitation for 2 years, in which I got the help I truly needed.

I attended both AA and NA for about 10 years during that time, yet even though it helped me to some degree, I found Elmbrook church which caught my eye through their open basketball program, basketball back then was very important to me, and was the carrot that got me into church again back in 1989 shortly after I got out of long-term treatment.

God freed me from my bondage on June 25th, 1986

The church took me in and helped me to grow as a Christian under the teaching of Stuart Briscoe and the rest of the staff. I even got a job at Elmbrook as a custodian for 4 years. The seeds of faith were planted and my roots were getting deeper by the things I was learning in God’s word over the years. 

As a result of the experiences that God allowed in my life both good and also bad, gave me the awareness of my urgent need for God in my life! The rest of my story is a series of ups and downs, but this time God was in my life directing me, teaching me how to love Him, how to love others, and how to love myself.

My born again faith started back on June 25, 1986, when I finally gave up drugs and alcohol, gave me a new opportunity to live my life for Jesus Christ. 

God put strong Christians in my life!

My life has not been perfect or even easy and I still sin, but since I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior, I know my sins are now forgiven.

God has blessed me with some key people to help me such as Ron and Sue Sauer, Mark Mallwitz and a few others. Since I am so grateful I find it hard at time to understand how much God loves me.

I know who created me, why I am here on earth, and that I have a purpose for my life which is to love and honor God and to love others because God has loved me first. I have the assurance that He will never leave me or forget about me because He loves me and I love Him and want to serve him out of gratitude for what He has done for me. ~ Bill Greguska


How To Write Your Testimony And Plan To Share It.

  1. Write down the details of how you came to trust in Christ to save you.
  2. Who told you about Jesus Christ?
  3. What events led up to your trusting or believing in Christ?
  4. When did you first trust and believe in Christ?
  5. Where were you when you first believed?
  6. How has faith in Christ been a blessing to you?
  7. Next, write this out so that it flows well as a story. Try to be as concise as possible. As a goal, try to make the length of your testimony so that it can be shared in two or three minutes or less. Ensure that you have included the appropriate Scriptures in your testimony.


How To Share Your Story With Others?

One of the best ways that you can encourage another person is to share briefly with them what God has done for you in your life that they could relate to you which would be a source of encouragement to them. I would not advise that you would use the Bible as a hammer to beat in what they should know to live a better life, but rather to express what God has done for you which hopefully point them to want to know God in a more intimate way.

When I talk to someone about my faith in God or life, in general, I usually give the person one of my NeedEncouragement.com business cards. I do not know how many people my cards effect in a positive way, but I am sure God uses them to point people to Himself! 


Good Testimonies Are Often Short And To The Point!

I think that I am a walking testimony to you can have scars. You can go through turbulent times and still have victory in your life. ~ Natalie Cole

Psalm 119:1-3 Blessed are those whose ways are blameless, who walk according to the law of the Lord. Blessed are those who keep his statutes and seek him with all their heart,  they do no wrong but follow his ways.


When You Share Your Testimonies!

You will see that when you share your story or try to encourage another person,  you will find that you will be helped yourself. You will begin to enjoy helping others for three main reasons that I have found to be true. 

  1. When I help others, I feel that I have helped a fellow human being with a little effort of my own, allowing God to work through me.
  2. As I encourage others, I feel as though I get a sense of encouragement myself. So often I have been down, but when I try to help others, it seems to lift me right back up.


  1. How can I share my Christian testimony?

  2. Stories of lives that have been changed!

  3. Joni Eareckson Tada Shares Her Story

  4. From Atheist to Christian


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How Can Your Testimony Help Others?

Your testimony can be a very encouraging and meaningful way to hear how God has worked in your life.  Hearing a testimony can be just what someone else needs to hear to strengthen their faith. We can all learn from each other’s stories of how good God is to all of us in His unique way!


One Of The Best Testimonies About Jesus Christ!


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Conversion is an enlarging, a deepening, and a broadening of the under girding base of testimony. It is the result of revelation from God, accompanied by individual repentance, obedience, and diligence. ~ David A. Bednar

John 13:34-35  “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples if you love one another.”