Liz

Written by: Liz Lee


What's the impact of Online Missions? Read Liz's special update to find out.

I was in a very dark place in 2007. I had everything that I could possibly want; a great husband, a wonderful child, a great job, and great friends. However, I was very discontent with life. I wanted to divorce my husband for someone funner as I had only one life to live and he was not meeting my needs.

I Googled “happiness” and this Global Media Outreach website kept coming up. I said, 'Christianity...been there, done that, doesn’t work'... but it kept popping up. So one day, I clicked on it and said the sinner’s prayer. The moment I said the prayer on December 1, 2007, I felt the Holy Spirit descend on me.

He changed me from the inside out. I wanted to go to church and read the Bible all the time. I saw my sin (I thought I was a good person before). I continued to walk with the Lord and a few years later felt like I was not as close to Him. I looked up the Global Media Outreach website again and signed up for the 30-Day Guide on GodLife.

I hadn’t thought about Global Media Outreach much more until I was on a missions trip recently and heard a friend talking about Global Media Outreach. I thought that was the website that brought me to the Lord and looked it up. Sure enough, it was! She also told me about ways to serve as an Online Missionary.

"So here I am giving back to others through [Global Media Outreach] as an Online Missionary as it has been used as a platform to radically change my life."

Watch Liz tell her story below!

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