Heaven to the Yeah grace ambassador, Jordan Gray, had the opportunity to speak with inspirational speaker and agent of change, Timothy Alexander, as he spoke on his own faith journey and how we can be changed through the workings of our minds by changing perspective and seeing how “we don’t need it to be easy, we just need it to be possible.”
This week, Heaven to the Yeah grace ambassador, Jordan Gray, had the opportunity to engage in an inspiring and moving talk that is well worth the listen with the Director of Discipleship at Wycliffe Associates, Sam Todd, as he provided insight into his mission with Wycliffe Associates and the impact faith has played not only on his life, but also on the lives of those with whom he works.
Heaven to the Yeah grace ambassador, Jordan Gray, had the opportunity to speak with the forty-year former head coach of Liberty University Track and Field, Brant Tolsma, as he discussed his faith walk and how impactful coaching for and being a part of Liberty University proved to be in his life.
Former NFL cornerback, lover of faith, man who gains his passions and his reasons why from the love he holds for his little sister, Isaiah Johnson, joins Heaven to the Yeah grace ambassador, Christian Taylor, this week to share his testimony on the Glory of God and the Graces bestowed upon him as he lives each day with a simple motivating word: Continue.
This week, Heaven to the Yeah grace ambassador, Jordan Gray, was joined by former European footballer, author, speaker, coach, pastor, and father, Aaron Tredway, as he used his passion for speaking and calling people to God, to speak openly with Gray, and the Heaven to the Yeah viewers, about his journey living a life for the Lord while encouraging others to use their God- given gifts and impact the world.
This week, grace ambassador, Christian Taylor, had the opportunity to speak with friend and fellow Track and Field Olympian, Michael Hartfield, as Hartfield freely shared his story of how he came to know Christ and the walk he has had with the Lord.
Hartfield began his talk with Taylor by openly stating that the Olympics had never been a goal of his. Yes, Hartfield aimed to do well in all he put his mind to, but it was never something for which he truly prayed. Rather, the 2016 Olympian out of Connecticut had always prayed to God to allow him to come to a stable point in his life with a family, and now the Lord has brought him to that point. “Life is great [right now]. Getting to this point in my life was my prayer and goal and now I know how precious this gift from God is.” Getting to this point for Hartfield came when he found the Lord in his life, chose to follow Him first, and trusted in God’s timing.
Heaven to the Yeah grace ambassador, Christian Taylor, was joined this week by Minnesota Twins’ Shortstop, Royce Lewis. This passion filled baseball player loves the outdoors, watching movies, learning and growing with those around him, and spending time with his friends and family while also reading the Word and spreading his faith. Today, Lewis shared his testimony of how he came to know Christ and found that, through Him, there are no setbacks, just things set in place.
This week, Heaven to the Yeah grace ambassador, Christian Taylor, had the opportunity to speak with MLB pitcher for the Miami Marlins, Daniel Castano, as he shared his story on how he came to know the Lord and now continues his faith walk with Christ.
This week, Heaven to the Yeah grace ambassador, Christian Taylor, had the pleasure of speaking with USC’s very own beach volleyball player, Julia Scoles, and her journey to find the light of the Lord in her life and keeping that flame alive each day. This lover of nature, family, friends, pottery, cooking, and trying all things new openly shares her story and how she came to know God and put Him first in her life.
Heaven to the Yeah grace ambassador, Jordan Gray, was joined this week by Christian music artist, Chris Black, as he shared his story of being moved by the Holy Spirit and transforming his music to share the love and goodness of God with all those who listen.
Ever since he was little, Black has always had a passion for music. He began singing and rapping when he was in the fifth grade and slowly found a knack for rock music in the ninth grade. While he grew up in the Methodist Church, doing a Sunday study with his dad each week, and finding himself gradually growing closer to God, Black went through that a phase of wanting to explore the world in the way the world tells us to live, not the way God tells us to. In this journey, Black came to write secular music in a way which strayed him from the Lord. “I hit my rock bottom. I let down everyone close to me. One day, I got down on my knees and gave myself to God as I asked for help.” In this moment, Black decided to transform his rock career into one of following the Lord and announcing the Lord’s goodness through Christian/Rock music.