Alice Cooper’s Christian Testimony

I first started listening to Alice Cooper when I was 14, fully sighted and 16 years away from becoming a Christian. I had been to a few of his concerts and had over 20 of his albums. I had no idea he was a Christian so when i found this video i was pleasantly surprised and had to share! 😀

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About Steve Rebus

Christian, Blind photographer, husband, plays guitar and drums. Loves researching accessible apps and technology.

9 Responses to “Alice Cooper’s Christian Testimony”

  1. Reblogged this on shaynroby and commented:
    Alice Cooper loves Jesus. Amen. “No More Mr. Nice Guy” Satan. It’s time to save some souls.

  2. I love Alice Cooper! I saw him in concert once and I have some of his albums since I was a kid. In his book he writes about being a Christian too. He has a very atypical rock star lifestyle, he’s been with the same love for over 20 years, he doesn’t do drugs — very cool!

    Thanks for posting this, Stephen, this is great!

  3. Steve, did you also know that Brian “Head” Welch, lead singer of Korn, became a Born Again Christian? There is a powerful testimony too!

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