What’s Your Testimony with Emory Rowland ep#13

By Taylor Martin

What’s Your Testimony?

What’s your testimony? Like snowflakes, no one testimony is the same.  Yet, each and every testimony we give can relate to different people all over the world. In this podcast, with Emory Rowland, we learn the value of what our testimony brings to followers and non-followers alike. 

Emory is an entrepreneur and business owner at Leverable.- an Atlanta based SEO company that focuses on growth through organic search optimization. He also created his own website that is called testimonyshare.com, which is a site that allows Christians and non-believers to share their testimonies in meeting God. In this episode of the Follower Of One Podcast, Emory discusses how he came to build testimonyshare.com and what it means for him and his faith. 

Outline of This Episode

  • 1:00 – Meet Emory Rowland
  • 2:45 – TestimonyShare.com – Share your testimony
  • 7:00 – The power of your testimony
  • 10:40 – One Key Takeaway from Emory on the Marketplace Mission Trip
  • 12:50 – Emory takes the Marketplace Mission Trip
  • 19:00 – Emory’s tips on making your faith matter more at work
  • 23:00 – Share you own testimony

Why Does Your Testimony Matter?

Not everyone has shared their personal testimony. Some of us might not even feel like we have a testimony to share but we all have a path to God and although our walks are different for every person, they are still important. Even important to people we don’t know. Emory talks about how his website testimonyshare.com is received and used by people all over the world. These testimonies show us that no-one is out of reach if we trust in God on how to deliver them. We are blessed by every testimony that is given!

We are Accountable

When it comes to God, we are accountable to Him. It is up to us to break the mold and build a better relationship with not only Him but with the people we see every day. Emory talks about keeping the line of communication open with God and not shutting it down in our day to day lives. He is always listening and we have to make the effort to talk to him and live through him with every action we take. “Your relationship with God starts now, not when you get to heaven.” Emory urges us to not wait until it is your time to begin praying for others or for yourself. We have to be the ones that understand we are not adding another thing on our plate, but instead, changing the way we do things based on our calling from God. 

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