‘God help us all’: The story of how a photographer became a baptist, and his journey from baptist to baptist
I have spent the last few weeks in Canada.
I have been visiting family, friends and neighbours for the last year.
It has been an incredible journey.
The first two years were tough, but I made some big strides and I now look forward to my fourth year.
I was raised in the Jehovah’s Witness religion, and I started to question the religion about a year and a half ago.
After talking to many of my family, I realised that I was no longer the person I had always been.
I felt that the religion was not a true religion for me.
When I first started to go to church and hear what my Jehovah’s Witnesses had to say, I felt ashamed, but then I realised I could see how they were doing it.
It was hard for me to reconcile with their beliefs, but eventually I realised they were not wrong, and that was the turning point.
I decided to take the plunge.
On the way home I had a really strong sense of faith and a great connection with the religion.
At first I felt like it was all a facade.
But as I was coming out of church I realised there was a lot more truth to it.
I had no real answers and I could never be happy with what I had become.
In the end I decided to leave the religion and find the love of a Christian in my life.
My journey was different to that of many people in the world who leave the church, and this is the reason why I was able to stay with the faith and love it.
I would not have been able to do it without the support of my loving family.
That was the most important thing.
It was the love, support and understanding that I felt I needed.
To be honest, I was not really a Christian at the time.
But I had faith in God and that it would change and that God would help me.
It has been really hard for people to understand how I became a Christian.
The religion was a real source of frustration for me at first.
But I have now found a way of loving the faith that has really helped me to get through my issues.
It is important for me and my family to have the freedom to choose what we believe.
A lot of people have asked me how I found out about this religion.
I am not sure I could answer that.
I have to say I was quite surprised that people were interested in what I was doing, because I was always told that I would never be accepted.
I thought I would be rejected.
But then I had to get the information and realise that people had questions and I needed to tell them the truth.
I think my main motivation was to help people to live in peace.
You have to be willing to talk about your faith with other people.
Sometimes it is not easy for them to accept you.
But it is a privilege that they can be open to.
You can also be open about your problems.
I think that is really important.
My relationship with God is stronger than any other relationship I have had in my whole life.
I don’t know what I would do without God.