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From Atheism to God 

Walter Veith is the first speaker with whom Amazing Discoveries partnered to help spread the truth about God. He has traveled widely throughout North America and the world presenting his visually documented Amazing Discoveries seminar series to large, enthusiastic crowds. He spent years as an atheist, married the daughter of an occultist, then finally converted to Seventh-day Adventism.

Sonica Veith’s life was destined down a path she could not have foreseen. Born into a family steeped in the occult, her father a renowned man in occult circles, as a child she experienced occult phenomenon as an everyday occurrence. But God had different plans for her. Married to a scientist passionate about his work, and adamant that evolution was the answer to origins, she journeyed through ups and downs as God led her to Himself and His Truth. How has God shaped Walter and Sonica Veith’s life? Hear the Veiths’ fascinating life stories from childhood to their present day ministry.

This Testimony is composed of 6 Parts.

Finding God in a Cave

As the teenage son of a millionaire father and a show-business mother, Doug Batchelor had everything money could buy-everything but happiness. He used drugs, fought at school, and entertained suicidal fantasies.

Disgusted with himself and convinced that life held no purpose, Doug was determined to grab all the fun and excitement he could find.

Before his search ended, a cave in the hills above Palm Springs became his home. And although his father owned a yacht, a lear jet, and an airline, Doug would eventually scavenge for food in garbage bins.

The happiness Doug wanted eluded him until the day he began reading the dust-covered Bible a fellow "searcher" had left behind in his cave. What happened next can only be described as a miracle.

From Hip-Hop Music to God

Their hip-hop band was called The Boogie Monsters. After years of pounding the pavement, they had finally made it to stardom and signed a lucrative eight-album recording contract with EMI Records. Life was good, or so they thought. Ivor and his younger brother Sean were just kids when the family moved from Jamaica to the United States. From their early years, they had learned to defend themselves. Their dad, a former military counterintelligence officer and martial arts instructor, wouldn't allow them to lose a fight. But they almost lost the biggest battle of their lives. Longtime Star Wars fans, their stage names were Yoda and Jedi. But the forces seeking to destroy them and other members of the group were real. Step by step, God sent people into their lives to help them to see the dangerous effects the black hole of the entertainment industry has on its stars and their fans. Find out how these once high-living brothers, christened Catholic in infancy and baptized Baptists as young adults, were led to give up fame and fortune for the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the ministry. You will be amazed at how their heavenly Father answered their prayers and made them more than conquerors.

From Demon Worshiper to God 

"Face it, Morneau, you're not your own master. I wish you were, but you're not. The spirits own you in your entirety, and the sooner you acknowledge that, . . . the better off you'll be." 
"One thing in particular the high priest wants you to realize-no one has ever gotten out of our secret society alive. The spirits brought you and me into it, we're to be in subjection to them, not they to us."  

After the war a friend led Roger into demon worship. Then Morneau discovered the good news of a loving God and wanted to break away from devil worship.  But could he? Here is Roger Morneau's own story of divine rescue from the terrifying world of Satanism.

About the Author Roger Morneau was a retired salesman who has dedicated his life to an intercessory prayer ministry. He wrote A Trip Into the Supernatural, Incredible Answers to Prayer, More Incredible Answers to Prayer, When You Need Incredible Answers to Prayer, and The Incredible Power of Prayer.

This Testimony is composed of 2 Parts.

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