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February 4, 2014

Rick Slaughter Testimony (May-Jun 2005)

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by Rick Slaughter
May – June, 2005

In th is offering of the ‘Living Christ’ (May/June 2005) issue, we hear the testimony of Rick Slaughter, who survived a near-fatal vehicle accident, but through it and events surrounding it, God changed his life.

Before his accident, Rick was an incredible athlete. After his accident, though in a wheelchair, Rick is still an incredible athlete. He has competed in wheelchair tennis, basketball, and other sports. Though his own life has been transformed, he does not stop there – he is helping to transform lives of others. He is a consultant for others who are facing a life in a wheelchair, and Rick also ministers to youth. Now, God is changing lives through Rick, who is “Living Christ.”

This amazing video testimony by Rick Slaughter comes in three parts and is done in both high and resolution versions. The video requires Real Player, Windows Media Player, QuickTime or some streaming video program. If you cannot make it work on your system, please email us for technical assistance.

High resolution:

Part 1
“Hole in my soul”

Part 2
“If I’m going to hell, I’m having fun while I’m going … depression and wheelchair sports”

Part 3
“I’m either going to change or I’m going to die” … “I’m not just alive, but I’m completely free”

Low resolution:

Part 1
“Hole in my soul”

Part 2
“If I’m going to hell, I’m having fun while I’m going … depression and wheelchair sports”

Part 3
“I’m either going to change or I’m going to die” … “I’m not just alive, but I’m completely free” New Wineskins

 

Rick Slaughter is a rehab specialist for ED Medical and founder/director of A.B.L.E. Youth, a program for children in wheelchairs that teaches them how to live healthy, happy lives from their chair.

Rick is married to his best friend, Heidi, who has three children from her first marriage: Amy, Molly, and Michael – whom he says “I love dearly.”

He is also an avid golf player “from my SoloRider golf cart.”

Rick Slaughter lives in Nashville, Tennessee.


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