When asked if he remembered when he was first called to the ministry, Lorne Digges has no trouble.
"I was 4 years old, and I was diagnosed with leukemia," the 24-year-old Keedysville man said.
Digges and his family struggled through a year of this horrible diagnosis, hoping for the best but expecting the worst.
"Then one day we met with the doctor and he said the leukemia just went away," Digges said. "He said he couldn't figure out where the disease went."
It was then that Digges said he first knew that God had a plan for his life.
A graduate of Boonsboro High School, Digges then attended the Master's Commission in Baltimore - a two-year ministry school he described as intense.
After graduating in 1997, Digges started Faith, Hope and Charity Ministries. He and his sister, Lisa, work together as an evangelistic team.