Man who sold doughnuts becomes diplomat after attending Shiloh and paying tithes
A young man identified as Moses Owen Browne, has shared his grass to grass story which was propelled by a spiritual experience in church.
He took to LinkedIn to narrate a life-changing encounter he had after he attended Shiloh. The young man said he joined Winners Chapel when he was living in Ghana and continued attending the church after he returned to his home country, Liberia in 2008.
According to him, at the time he was working as a journalist with no pay and had to sell things like doughnuts, eggs and peanuts to survive.
As a teenager, he had to beg for money on the street as his parents were also very poor. Challenging himself on a daily basis, the man was able to finish university.
His breakthrough came after the 2012 Shiloh where he said he wrote more than 20 prayer requests to God. Among them were that he wanted to be gainfully employed, have passion for the kingdom, and go forward in his academic pursuit.
Moses said he committed himself to service in church and paid his tithes. Eventually his efforts were rewarded handsomely as he is now a permanent representative of Liberia in London.
He wrote on LinkedIn; ”My name is Moses Owen Browne, Jr., I am a Liberian – a diplomat, a development communication practitioner. I joined The Living Faith Church Worldwide, aka Winners Chapel International, in 2006 when I was living in Ghana. When I returned to my beloved Country Liberia in 2008, I decided to continue at Winners Chapel International, Congo Town Monrovia – Central Church.
Fellow Christians, before I joined this great Commission, I was a-nobody, as a practicing Journalist, I was working for several news outlets in Liberia for free – without pay. I sold boil eggs, doughnut and peanuts to go to school throughout my life. The whole time of my teenage, I beg for money in the streets of Monrovia to survive. I was a “Don Bosco Boy”, – children who have no parents and sleeping at various street corners. My parents are peasant farmers from Grand Bassa County – one of the first three Counties that founded Liberia.
With God, all things are possible! I braved the storms. I defied all odds to achieve greater things, with God above; I graduated as an honor student from the United Methodist University (UMU). Despite everything I went through, little did I know I was destined for greatness! Something kept pushing me… Go Go Go… You can make it. It was God! I challenged myself.
During 2012 Shiloh, I was open-minded than ever before, I wrote more than twenty (20) prayer points as part of my requests to God, amongst them were miracle jobs, travels, academic enrichments, faithful stewardship in the Kingdom of God. Our papa, Dr. Bishop David O. Oyedepo preached a touching sermon speaking directly to me – he said “I will sit among kings and queens, I will travel around the World, I will own properties and I will command great things in the coming years”. Everything I wrote as my prayer requests were delivered to me from The Alter of Grace through the insightful preaching of the Great Man of God. Though, after 2012 Shiloh things were slow, the Waves of Glory started to blow upon me, I got the first major high pay job before the second quarter of the year.
I started serving in active church activities, paying my tithes more than ever before and I was fortunate to join the Ministers Stand and started teaching foundation classes and preaching God words to the local Winners Chapel Church in my community. Just believe in God, almighty that you can make it, no matter what. Trust God, almighty that he will help u achieve your dreams…
Life has a defined destiny for all. One thing I did and will continue to do is never to doubt God’s ability to give me testimonies every day of my life; I have never doubted the confirmation of every word spoken about me by God and his servants. I pray you discover your true potential and run with it in Jesus Name.
JESUS IS LORD!!! GLORY BE TO GOD!!!”