#TestimonyTuesday – Steven’s Testimony

Every Tuesday we’ll post a testimony with the hashtag #TestimonyTuesday.

It’s a great idea I was inspired to imitate, from another blogger. Testimonies are so powerful because they are truths from our life. I love reading them, and look forward to reading many more.

Testimonies are so wonderfully powerful!

This week’s Tuesday is from Steven is one of the BerryBunch family, and an experience he had more than a decade ago. We love Steven for his wisdom and tenacity and is half of the driving force for onr of our regular broadcasts – Endurance.

Read on!


Steven’s Testimony

Many years ago, when I was a child, I wrote this testimony – of a time when the Holy Spirit comforted me. I’ve shared it in several Children’s Church services.

I was sad and alone in a school playground, so I asked God to comfort me. At that moment, I felt a hand on my shoulder.

I turned around to see who it was, but there was no one there to have touched me.

I immediately knew it was the Holy Spirit who’d put His hand on my shoulder. And, being reminded of His presence, I was comforted.


If you’ve enjoyed this week’s testimony, we’d love to share your own testimony, so why not submit it so we can publish it, and encourage others too.

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Testimony Submission

Please note that while we’d love to publish every testimony we receive, we simply aren’t able to. Therefore, we’ll only publish testimonies that we feel best fit the overall message, topic and theme of the BerryBunch.family Ministry.

There is no minimum or maximum length and we may choose to make edits before publishing, at our discretion, to ensure it is as easy to read as possible.

Please remember to include your first name, so people have a name to associate with your testimony.

Please send any testimonies to us via the Form on our “Contact Us” Page.


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10 Comments

  1. Brilliant testimony Steven! It may be short but my is it powerful! These are the sort of testimonies that can change lives for eternity.

    1. Steven is profoundly good at being brief! he truly has a gift in condensing something amazing, into something even more powerful!

      Andy B

    2. Thanks Alan. I hope it reminds people that God cares for even the little things in life and answers even the smallest prayers.

      1. Amen brother!

  2. What a beautiful testimony of the comforting presence of the Holy Spirit felt in that tangible way.

    1. twas awesome! we have a video – which we don’t show – if him telling his story the same day…….it’s amazing to see what God will do!

      Andy B

    2. Thank you. The Holy Spirit is indeed the Comforter.

  3. I love this testimony! I have heard others describe the same sort of thing in the past. How good our God is to reveal his presence to us. And well done to Steven for sharing this profound truth so concisely

    1. Thank you. Although God is always present, we sometimes need reminding of that truth.

    2. And hopefully some encouragement for any other children struggling at school, for whatever reason – that God is there for them too.

      Andy B

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