Tony Sears Just walk across the room


April 11, 2009
Happy Easter to all
I hope that everyone takes time this weekend to refelect on what Jesus actually did for us to give his life to wash away our sins so that we could have a new life ,a new realtionship with him . Please go out this weekend and do some kind of act of kindness to someone else , help someone ,serve some one , give somthing back to your comunity that you live in show love to your neighbours and your enemies , spend time with your family and children , ASK GOD TODAY to work threw you to do his will and rember to smile and "Shine" when you are doing his work .God  Bless you all .

By: Tony - April 11, 2009 - Public
Category: The Cost of Following Jesus
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January 13, 2009
Rudy & Dale HulstrromTo TonySubject My testimony for youMessage A Message For You...... It took 15 years of hard work, but I finally succeeded in destroying two marriages, while shattering the relationship with my only daughter at the same time, to this day. In the process there was the loss of numerous jobs, each one less dignified than the last, due to an increasing abuse of alcohol, which I had blamed on the aforementioned problems. But had begun much earlier. Both family and friends advised me to “straighten up”but neglected to tell me how or where to go. So I simply continued to wallow in my self pity. After all, I worked for it, I earned it and no one was going to cheat me out of it. I have my pride you know! This led to the gradual removal of family and friends. It’s funny, when your money runs out so do your “friends.” Now I’ve always thought of myself as being self-sufficient. I did hitch hike across the country and back when I was 17. Makes me shudder to think about that today! Alone and homeless is not a way of life to be encouraged, but it does test one’s survival skills. Bumming nickels and dimes kept the beer flowing and there was always a half eaten Whopper or Big Mac to be found. Now it’s July 1981, I’m 35 years old and wish I was dead, so helpless, so alone. After 6 days in a detox getting the wrinkles out and clearing the head, I wanted to continue this ”rehabilitation”. After all there was a place to sleep with a roof and food. Then I was admitted to the Salvation Army Harbor Light program at the Freedom Center 1515 w Monroe in Chicago. Here I met Christian people that had gone through the same things that happened to me. But these were people that were content, happy, not bitter, full of guilt and shame or mad at the world as I was. They could even laugh at their nightmarish experiences. They had a hope for the future, a purpose for living and a goal to pursue which I had known nothing about. God, church and the Bible were subjects never considered in my family and I grew up ignorant of such things. Weddings and funerals being the only time I saw the inside of a church. But here through daily Bible study, mid week fellowship and Sunday services, morning and evening along with hospital visitation, the truth of the Word of God began to sink in. After saying the sinner’s prayer and accepting Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of my life, a young officer reminded me that, “you got straight through prayer, Bible study and Christian service and that you will stay straight through prayer, Bible study and Christian service. This simple formula I still use today. After leaving the program in January of 1984 I met a wonderful Christian woman, Dale is her name. She is the light of my life. We were married in June of the same year. Over these last 23 years God has blessed us in to many ways to mention. Most of all in granting us health to work together to build our new life. Today we own our modest mobile home, 2 used cars and have no outstanding debt at all. Not even credit card debt. This we owe to a strict God honoring budget. I tremble to think what would have happened if I took the other fork in the road back then. I praise and thank God through Jesus Christ for the new life he gave me and for Christian programs like the Salvation Army Harbor Light that continue to offer this same hope to all who are in need. Rudy Hulstrom 1504 Cardinal. Melrose Park,IL 60160 

By: Tony - January 13, 2009 - Public
Category: The Healing at the Pool
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April 20, 2008
Good Morning

I would ask all members that before your feet hit the ground ,tell  our Lord that you are here for him and  to use you as he see fit to do his will threw you .

Praise God each and every Day !!!!

By: Tony - April 20, 2008 - Public
Category: My Blog
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April 17, 2008

By: Tony - April 17, 2008 - Public
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April 17, 2008
walk across the room Hi My name is Tony i would like to ask all group members if would do me a favour would you please tell me your story how you came to know Christ Who influenced you? what was your life before you met Christ ? whats it like now ? how have you introduced new people to Christ . i my self have been just recently baptised and i am on my personal path with Christ,we just did a series in Church Just walk across the room which is about getting out of our comfort zones ,to go out and introduce other people that we dont know to introduce them to the greatest gift that we can give to anyone Jesus .

By: Tony - April 17, 2008 - Public
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Well 40 years young not a serious bone in my body just ask my wife Susie who is in the CDN Navy i have one son Josh who is in High school I work for the largest Chevrolet Dealership in the Maritimes have lived in Dartmouth most of my life attend the Stone Ridge Fellowship Church in Sackville Nova Scotia.

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