100 Huntley Street
100 Huntley Street - November 19, 2019
Murray and Annetta Jaster
Murray and Annetta Jaster began their relationship with Jesus in November of 1984. A defining moment in their lives took place when the couple, with their lives and marriage falling apart, were sitting in a bar one evening dividing up belongings on piece of paper as they planned to end their marriage. That evening, a Salvation Army Pastor walked into the bar, approached them and had some conversation with them. Once the Pastor left, they left. After this encounter, Annetta felt something that she could not quite understand, but now, years later, Annetta knows this was the Holy Spirit. One day Annetta asked her husband if he would go to church with her and he said yes! Life was never the same for either of them. Murray and Annetta have been set free from addictions and have found restoration. They eventually went on to become Salvation Army Pastors themselves and are just now entering retirement after 30 years of ministry. The Jasters have an amazing and powerful story to share and testify to life changing impact of Jesus in the lives of people!
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100 Huntley Street - November 14, 2019
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