Unlikely Christians

Don’t judge a book by its cover. Jesus was accused of keeping bad company. In his day, tax collectors and prostitutes and common, uneducated folk were the buzz of the religious folk who accused him of keeping company with the wrong crowd. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you come from; God is no respecter of persons. He doesn’t judge by outward appearances; God judges by the heart as this sweet testimony demonstrates:



If there was ever anyone that seemed most unlikely to become a Christ follower, it would be Brian “Head” Welch from Korn. Here is Brian’s story.



J. Brett Prince never thought he would profess his love for Jesus. He was an atheist. He thought he had no need for religion. He thought the Bible was wrong and that Jesus didn’t even exist. He was a tattoo artist, covered with tattoos. He even has an Alistair Crowley quotation tattooed on his body. His journey was “unconventional”. He went to church when he was young, and got baptized at the age of 12 in a kind of deal he made with God, but he never lived a Christian life. He got lost in theosophy and New Age thinking and did Satanic art. His wife was a prostitute, the 4th generations of atheists. He was 39 when his life changed. The video is long, but it is well worth listening to the whole thing.



Danny has an unusual story, not the least is his conversion to Christianity from the Judaism with which he was raised and the self-destructive, alcoholic lifestyle out of which he entered into faith in Jesus Christ.



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