Julie’s Story – Free Indeed
By Candace Malcomson
A little more than a generation after the 1904 revival in Wales, when the effects of the revival fire disappeared and church attendance dwindled, a baby girl was born in South Wales. The little girl, who was to contend with death countless times, grew up in a home of abuse and went on to a life of crime, promiscuity, drug abuse and violence. This is the story of a life of uncontrolled excess. The early years will resound with so many throughout this world but sadly, the latter end is rare, for this is the story of a life set free by the power of the risen Christ; set free from the horror and pain of the past and brought in to eternal life — a life now free indeed.
This is the story of an abused life which defied death time and again. It is the story of a criminal, drug addict and dealer, converted, delivered and set free. It is also the story of a backslider who returns and is restored by the love of her Heavenly Father. The battle over the old-man is won and the downward spiral of sexual promiscuity is halted forever. It is the story of a crimson-stained life that now sings: “How precious is the flow that makes me white as snow. No other fount I know. Nothing but the blood of Jesus”
This will be a testimony to challenge every sinner to turn to Christ for Salvation, and every saint to walk with Christ with a burning heart and with a desire to win souls to Christ. We hope that as well as being used in evey sphere of life that the Lord will open many doors into prisons that this book may give hope in Christ's redeeming Blood and mighty power to save from sin. We would encourage leaders and churches to consider buying a box of books for outreach purposes.
USA ORDERS: Published by Ambassador International
Candace Malcomson (BMus, M.A.)
South African born Candace Malcomson immigrated to Ireland in 2000 to take up a senior position in music education and to further her career as concert artist. Having followed and loved Jesus Christ from a very early age, Candace always felt that the Lord would lead her in to full-time ministry. In 2006, when she married preacher and author Keith Malcomson, Candace resigned her career and turned down the many opportunities for professional pursuit in favour of being at Keith’s side to be his helpmeet and to assist him in the running of the missionary work of the School of Christ International. They minister across many denominations and travel widely and consistently throughout Europe as God leads and opens doors.