Changes In Me – Angelina

Talmidim Discipleship Class

Purpose in Life:  Two years ago I was invited to go to Honduras as a nurse aide. We were a group of about 25 people there to do missionary work. This was what I wanted, to help people and tell them how wonderful God is and how He (God) can get us through our daily lives, we will believe and have faith in him.

Prayer Warrior Type: Prayer Strategy Warrior

Life Verse: “Trust in the Lord with all you heart. Lean not on our own understanding. In all your ways, acknowledge Him and He will direct your path.” Proverbs 3:5, 6.   This verse helped me get through the day when my husband was diagnosed with ALS for seven years.

Short Testimony: Before I became a Christian, I was raised as a Catholic, my mother would make us go to church every Sunday she would say. I accepted Jesus Christ in the 1970s, after my sister in law became a Christian. Then, my husband and children started attending a Baptist Church, were I was baptized, but then I started to slack off. I realize I needed Jesus in my life after I was going through so many trials, illnesses and murder. Through those seven years, I went back praying and reading the bible, which I continue to do every day, now. I know through the Lord, I am stronger when trials come in my life. I trust in the Lord with all my heart. Proverbs 3:5-6    God has answered prayers through the years.

Core Values:  (1) Compassion, (2) Courage (3) Faith (4) Forgiveness, and (5) Trust

Spiritual Gifts: (1) Hospitality, (2) Service, (3) Exhortation,, and (4) Evangelism

In the Talmidim class, I learned how I was called to intercede and this is important to me.  I learned how to be a better disciple. I read my devotion book every day and read the scriptures. I have learned how to read and study the bible. Also, I’ve learned what kind of prayer warrior I am and how to share my faith without being embarrassed. I’ve learned that praying and talking to God is very important every day. The last one is how to bless my children, this was very hard for me to do. I thank God for the changes He made in me, which I never thought could be changed.

Angelina Mendoza

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