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Journey to Peace

by Tom Osborn

     After serving in the Marine Corp I then created my own business as a consultant in the airline industry. At first all I knew was how to build businesses. God then took me by the hand and led me to encounter many personal blessings as He molded me to experience an incredible ministry over the years. God gave me the ability to teach and minister to young people, and write plays, (including large Christian dramas). Most of all He gave me the courage to speak His word, to lay a seed, to water or to harvest.


     Over all the years, God placed many people, young and old, rich and poor, in my path for the sole purpose of sharing His Word of salvation. I have always tried to listen to His call and act by faith in the moment. Countless times in places all over the country He would place someone in my path that needed a word from Him, and at those times God's plan was to use me as His ambassador. I could go on and on with the stories of all the people God has placed before me, but now I have been given a new ministry. This is the light for me to walk in and apply what God has provided in me and to use it for His glory. 


     This new ministry, is Cancer With Christ. Here I am, 63 years old and I am starting a new mission. As I prayed, I asked God "How can I do what You have laid on my heart?" I have had both knees and my right hip replaced and now I have been diagnosed with T- Cell Large Granular Lymphocyte Leukemia, but I keep hearing the words, My grace is sufficient. By God's amazing grace my life is not near its end, for God has more plans for me, for us, for now, and I'm asking you to join me in this journey.


     Whatever age you are, if you have a relationship with our Lord and Savior, let’s walk together today. Someone near you is waiting to hear His words of Grace and needs to receive salvation. Someone who God has placed before you just to hear His Word for this moment. You are His ambassador, carry His voice and share His love.




 Tom Osborn

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