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Another great way to share a testimony is through cardboard testimonies. Our youth group recently got to do a cardboard testimony. I got to help do the cardboard testimony. Check out what mine said that day. #Coardboardtestimonies
Steve Patterson's Cardboard Testimony
Steve Patterson’s Cardboard Testimony

Cardboard Testimonies, maybe you have heard of this. I believe I first heard about this over a year or so ago on K-Love. Basically you have  a group of people walk through and not say one word, you can have them walk through playing some Christian music. First said is how you were before Christ. Then everyone will walk through again and turn it around to show how they are with Christ or how Christ has changed them or helped them overcome the first side.

On Sunday, February 16, 2004, our youth at Piedmont Baptist Church got to do this. I got to help with it, since I am one of the youth leaders.

Front: Not able to make ends meet!
Back: God provides

Being a single father with custody of my child, I often feel that I cannot make ends meet. However, from past experiences, I find that God seems to always to provide somehow. God always provides our basic needs. He gives us what we need, not what we want.

Have you ever done or seen a cardboard testimony?
If so please share your experience, what yours said, etc.
Looking forward to hearing your comments.

#Coardboardtestimonies

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