An Insignificant Witness

Go therefore into all the world, teaching all things I have commanded you, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost; and lo I am with you always even unto the end of the age.

God has commissioned us to be a witness to the world around us. At times one may feel inadequate to this task. The video below illustrates how Edward Campbell, through a series of continued witnessing made a tremendous impact on the world and the Kingdom of God. May this encourage us to be a witness no matter how insignificant. Question is: What kind of difference can you make?


Published by Nathanstrom

Ordained Bishop with the Church of God; Cleveland, TN; Senior Pastor at Redemption Place Church of God Allegan, MI. Community Service Chaplain.

3 thoughts on “An Insignificant Witness

  1. The greatest witnesses are those who have been the most greatly impacted. The fault isn’t with the people in the pew for being so feebly impacted. The fault lies with us, the minister, who so poorly portrays Christ.

  2. I was incredibly pleased to regain this website. I wanted to thanks for your time for this great read!! I really enjoying every small bit of it and I have you bookmarked to take a look at new stuff you blog post.

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