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Applying DNA teachings to everyday life: One woman’s testimony from West Africa

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Today, hundreds of volunteers all over the world are actively training others in the Biblical worldview through Vision Conferences and other teaching events.

God uses these trainings to transform his people and spur them into action, applying what they’ve learned to better love their neighbors and show them Jesus. Here is a brief testimony from Emma, a school teacher in West Africa who exemplifies how God is revealing himself to many people through the obedience of his followers.

EmmaThrough the DNA teaching, I got to know that we–all human beings–are created in the image of God, and we are to love our neighbor as ourselves. Formerly, I was very quiet, just being to myself, but when I heard this message, it opened my mind. I began to act, and now I always feel the need to share this truth and the little I have or get.

Now, in my community, people see me and come to me for all types of advice and help. I always pray that I will get so that I can give. I and several others who heard the DNA teachings created what we call the Wholistic Club. This is a club for helping women in our community not only spiritually but in every area of life. We include both Muslims and Christians.

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