Ex-Drug Addict: 'I'd Be Dead' if Church Didn't Defy Restrictions, Remain Open: God 'Used this Church'
Michael Foust : Jan 13, 2022
"I've been clean and sober now for over seven months, moved into my own apartment—and the Body of Christ here at Trinity has helped me with furniture and other blessings. None of these things would have happened if Trinity closed its doors and was solely online. I know for a fact that I'd be dead right now if God had not used this church in my life." -Jennifer Scott
[ChristianHeadlines.com] A former drug addict who recently became a Christian is crediting her church's decision to defy pandemic restrictions for keeping her alive. (Image: Pixabay)
Trinity Bible Chapel in Waterloo, Ontario, incurred thousands of dollars in fines over its decision to hold in-person services in violation of government-mandated restrictions, saying in a blog post last year it wanted to be a "lifeline" to Canadians who were lonely, hurting and suffering in the midst of the pandemic. Its pastor, Jacob Reaume, also has incurred fines... Subscribe for free to Breaking Christian News here
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