Phoenix — August 1, 2019 — For over a decade, Sammy Munoz’ life was in a spiral. His needs came before everything, including his own family. Bad association, alcohol and substance abuse were at his life’s core. “I was in a dark place and somewhere along the way, I lost all care about everything – including myself,” said Sammy.
One day, Sammy joined his wife during a meeting at the Assembly Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Casa Grande just to support her. What he heard during one of the talks, immediately set his life’s new course. “When the brother giving the talk said, ‘You know where home is’ referring to lost sheep that stray from God, it really moved me. I realized what I was doing was not what I wanted for the rest of my life.” Said Sammy Munoz.
Sammy started working to clean up his life emotionally and physically. He also accepted a Bible study with one of Jehovah’s Witnesses and began cleaning his life spiritually. “Sammy’s wife and two boys, ages 11 and 13 have gained a father, the spiritual head of their family and they now have hope for a bright future.” Said Tim Watkins, local spokesman for Jehovah’s Witnesses. “Sammy has made significant changes. He had his first Bible reading at the Kingdom Hall since he was 10-years-old, and 204 were in attendance that evening.”
Sammy Munoz of Phoenix, Arizona will be one of hundreds of baptism candidates on Saturday, August 10, during the landmark International Convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses themed ‘Love Never Fails” at Chase Field.
For more information, please contact Timothy Watkins at 267-980-5572 or Timwatkins.email@example.com.