Episode 70: “True Transformation through Jesus” with Jonathan Page

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Jonathan Page spent endless hours every week away from his beautiful wife and three amazing children. He was at the height of his career working as an undercover cop in Memphis, Tennessee. Though he loved his family dearly, he measured his worth in his ability of being a police officer. This is where he found his identity.

Leading up to this time Jonathan’s life was filled with affliction. At an early age he survived abuse, abandonment, and battled against anger and depression. There were moments in his life when he believed God had left him.

After working three years for the Memphis sheriff’s department Jonathan’s life had spiraled out of control. He fell into a dark 18 month depression and turned to substance abuse to numb the pain he was feeling.

When Jonathan thought he had lost it all he found the most important thing, JESUS.

Pastor and revivalist Dwight L. Moody once said “The world has yet to see what God will do with and for and through and in and by the man who is fully consecrated to Him”.

Today Jonathan Page is a transformed man. He views his trials as building blocks for his story, where all glory points to Jesus.He and his family live Pensacola, Florida whee they attend Liberty Church Downtown, lead dynamic life changing small groups, and use every day as opportunity to serve others. He is a walking in true freedom, leaving the past behind, surrendered with open arms to the deep love of his Heavenly Father.

Jonathan is a close friend to my husband, Chris and I. We whole heartedly believe in his mission in telling others about Jesus through his radical testimony. We are thankful for his encouraging influence he has had on our lives. This friend genuinely loves Jesus and I cannot wait for you to hear his story!!

CAUTION: This episode contains adult conversation topics that might be sensitive to young listeners or triggering to those who have had experienced abuse and drug addiction. The number for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration hotline is 1-800-662-4357. Please call this number if you or someone you know needs help. You are not alone.

Invite Jonathan to speak to your small group. He would love to share his story and encourage you claim your freedom story! For all inquires contact him using this link, here.

This episode mentions…

Liberty Church Downtown 

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Music, “Lifted” from It’s All Beautiful Right Here by Lily Garay 

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