In an account reminiscent of the Apostle Paul’s Damascus road experience, Foxnews Democrat commentator Kirsten Powers tells of her life-changing encounter with Jesus in an interview with Christianity Today. Powers, who worked for the Clinton administration from 1992 to 1998, said her religious views “wavered between atheism and agnosticism.” Politics was her religion and liberalism her theology. But that all changed in 2006 on a trip to Taiwan. Kirsten said, “I woke up in what felt like a strange cross between a dream and reality. Jesus came to me and said, ‘Here I am.’” Advertisements
Jessica Eaves is a mother of four. She is also a Christian and leads an outreach team for First Christian Church in Guthrie, Oklahoma. In early October 2013, Jessica was shopping at a Guthrie grocery store when she noticed her wallet had disappeared. She knew someone had stolen it. Her only suspect was a man who passed her moments earlier.
Miss Kay is best known for her role as the family matriarch in the popular Duck Dynasty show — the top reality TV program in the U.S. She along with her her husband Phil Robertson started ‘Duck Commander’ — a duck call manufacturer — which became the basis for the show. Most of the men in the family sport full facial beards and come with a redneck edge. Through the show we see a strong sense of family and faith displayed by all members of the Robertson clan. But there is a dark side to their remarkable story.
In 2010, Maxim rated Jenna Presley one of the world’s top ten porn stars. Jenna’s (whose real name is Brittni Ruiz) had been involved in pornography for seven years. In November 2012, she turned her life over to God and left the porn industry. In her testimony posted on Youtube, Brittni said, “Thank you, Jesus! I found Him, I’m home!” By age 15 Brittni was dancing topless in Mexican bars. Her life quickly spiralled downward