Joss


It only takes ten cents to share the Gospel with one person. The amount seems so little, but a dime can a long way. One dime went more than 8,700 miles to a city in Tanzania called Arusha. There, a man named Joss decided not to end his life, and instead begin a new life with Jesus.

As Joss wondered if he could go on living, he found GodLife.com. There, he connected with an Online Missionary and accepted Christ. But it wasn't long before his new faith caused chaos. Joss was fired from his job and chased away from his home.

He refused to let the fire inside of him die. After arriving in a new city, the one dime that helped Joss find Christ started a chain reaction.

Joss used the material on GodLife.com to print fliers and teach others what he was learning. All of a sudden he started getting phone calls; More people wanted to know about Jesus! Joss talked to his Online Missionary, Diana, about starting a ministry to spread the Gospel in Tanzania.

Before long, Joss had a group of people meeting at cafes and restaurants to study the lessons from GodLife.com and grow in their faith. A dime is very little, but in the hands of a Creator it's more than enough. Joss' story proves it.

Hear Joss share his story by watching the video below.

To help people like Joss see the Gospel and grow in faith, give today.

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