second chance

Justin’s Mask-erade

A brief biography of Justin Lippiatt © 2010
justin.lippiatt@gmail.com

I wasn’t a bad kid. I was shy, and I suppose one could say…cautious. I was part of the ‘in’ group during Primary School, but things changed when I went to boarding school. Suddenly I was in High School, alone and vulnerable and 1000 kilometres from home.

What happened next was totally out of character

By Mike Sparrow

My life is full of peaks and valley’s, I have noticed while there have been great peaks in my life, I have found the greatest lessons in the valley’s, and this was where GOD chose to reveal himself to me.

These are some of the formative valley’s that seemed to define the way I chose to look at life in general.

I am forever thankful

I am forever thankful to God for sparing my life in VietNam and giving me a second chance. The only thing that really saddens me is all those who DIDN'T get that second chance. I guess that is why I spend so much of my time trying to help my fellow veterans.

I was in a coma for 3 days

I have been a Christian since I was a junior in high school. I was saved at a young life conference in my high school auditorium.

I always tried to live the life a Christian should live, but after going away to college, my personal relationship with Jesus Christ had wavered and been put on the back burner. I married and had 2 daughters, whom have been brought up in the church, baptised and saved. My husband, too.


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