Professor Rose Harrison

Rose grew up during WW2 and faced a lot of hardships, including antisemitism. Despite overcoming great odds, she felt empty. Rose was determined and passionate; she went on to get a doctorate and became a college professor. But still she felt something was missing. During one of her classes, a student wrote a paper that changed her life. The student wrote about virtues and values. This paper was very different from any other she had seen written on the subject.

Rose ended up befriending the student and he shared with her how his faith in the Messiah changed him and gave him meaning and fulfillment in life. After attending a church and seeing a faith community that was loving and caring, she realized there was something more to Jesus and Christianity. Rose found the peace and fulfillment she was looking for through a relationship with her Messiah.