Wednesday Testimony – Voddie Baucham

Dear ones, this, like most testimonies, was a cause for tears. Dr. Voddie Baucham is one of those preachers that commands a room without trying to, with his deep booming voice, impressive beard, and intimidating size. However, every time I hear this great man preach I never go away from it considering Baucham greatness, but Gods. This is because the center focus of this mans life is to bring glory to God, and you can hear it begin in his testimony.

Somehow, sharing the Gospel with our family is more difficult, and seemingly shows less fruit. Often times, because our family knows who we were, it’s the change in us that makes the greatest difference in our conversations. But for many of us, our families are not near us enough to see that change. When Voddie talks here, in his testimony below, about his family back in California I wonder how hard it was for him to reach them. Don’t we all have those relatives that are so far away from us that we’re not sure how to reach them? Voddie friend, such an important part of his testimony, has some great advice. I hope it will bless you as much as it blessed me. As always beloved brethren, be good Berean’s and study to show yourselves approved.

Author: lnhereford

I am a Christian, wife, mother, podcaster and homeschooler currently traveling the United States with my loving husband and darling daughter!

4 thoughts on “Wednesday Testimony – Voddie Baucham”

  1. I love Voddie Bauchman. What a testimony.
    To answer your question earlier: I have actually visited very little states in the US! I’ve actually been in other countries more than I have visited the number of states in America. My time in the Marines was more of being abroad than stateside because of the war and our country’s obligation to other nations. Actually most of my travels overseas is in the context of military and ministry and not so much for pleasure.

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    1. The cost of vacationing anywhere overseas is so insane, it seems to be one of those once a lifetime type things. Although, with my husbands work, we could take assignments in other countries, it would be for two years rather than three months. None of the countries that work with his company allow for homeschooling. That would certainly complicate things!
      Was there any place, that you’re able to mention, that stood out as an area you’d like to take your family?

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