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Taming the Tiger: Tony Anthony Scottish tour

Raised in China, Tony Anthony was a Kung Fu international champion three times and worked as an elite body guard. However he fell into a murky world and was imprisoned before his life was miraculously turned around.


(original article published 18/02/10)

UPDATE: See 'Responses' at foot of this article for brief report on this outreach meeting.

For a flavour of Tony Anthony's testimony see video below:




Duncan Dundas of CCC writes:

"This event promises to be a great evening and hopefully Christians in the area will invite friends that as yet haven’t found Christ."


Taming the Tiger

Come and hear his remarkable story. All Welcome


Culduthel Christian Centre, Inverness
on
Wednesday, 24 February, 2010
at
7.30pm
 
Taming the tiger1

Download flier here.

Culduthel Christian Centre, 25/02/2010

Feedback:
Editor 25/02/2010 15:15
Around 20 men professed faith in or re-committment to following Jesus Christ.

Following a very-well-attended evening which included music, a personal testimony of how Jesus freed a mans life from demonisation through occult involvements, and a brief book review, Tony Anthony spoke at length of his journey from serious darkness into the light of Christ. He rounded off with a presentation of the Gospel and an invitation to those present. Around 20 men - from right across the age spectrum - responded and came to the front.
Matthew McKinnon (Guest) 01/03/2010 12:57
What great news! Praise the Lord.
People all around Scotland have been responding to Tony's testimomny and Gospel presentation. Nearly 600 men heard him at Charllotte Chapel on Saturday night, and 800 men and women gathered to hear him on Sunday might at the Citadel in Ayr. Many people have responded by committing or re-committing their lives to Christ. To God be the Glory great things He has done!
Matthew McKinnon - Chairman, Christian Men Together for Scotland
Eddie Hallahan 01/03/2010 13:18
Good to hear.
A Concerned Christian (Guest) 27/07/2013 11:40
Shame it was all a con...

http://crosswire.org.uk/2013/07/11/breaking-investigation-concludes-evangelists-story-is-false/

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