Pauline: Saved from Emotional Torture


Pauline was a lonely soul, in pain because of her own emotional demons. She didn’t believe anything good could happen in her life.

That was before she came across the Good News on a Global Media Outreach website and gave her life over to Christ. She wrote:

“Glory be to God!

Pauline rejoiced over and over that God had provided the GodLife team to share their “persistent support” and to send her emails filled with the Word of God.

“You touched my heart. I had been emotionally torturing myself, but now I am slowly emerging from the burden of pain that was with me for a long time. Now, my perception of life has changed for the better. I need support from good, unselfish, heaven-sent people like you. Thank you for sending the emails – I want more!”

Thanks to our amazing supporters, Pauline will continue to receive lessons, scripture and encouragement online.

"Continue to touch my life. Continue to remind me that God is always with me. I am so blessed to have you in my life.”

Pauline encouraged the GodLife team to share the Gospel even more.

“Heal lives; millions out there still need God’s help.”

Do you want to help the millions of people out there who still need God's help? Give today.


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