Michael Gilstrap: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

February 19, 1999 | no responses

Michael and his family were converted to Christ through the Baptist church when he was 13 years old. At a Baptist college, in Texas, he began to question the depth of Baptist theology. So, he became a Presbyterian. He led a think tank called Geneva Ministries for 10 years. During that time his Presbyterian congregation […]

Fr. Steve Gideon: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

January 29, 1999 | no responses

Fr. Gideon was brought up in a devout Methodist family. In college he began to attend the Episcopal church. Their liturgy, sacrament and emphasis of history drew him toward it. He saw it as a fuller expression of the Christian faith. He felt God’s call to ministry and was ordained an Episcopal priest and served […]

Christine Frances Collins: Revert from the Episcopal Church – The Journey Home Program

December 18, 1998 | no responses

Christine was brought up in the Catholic Church but got involved in Protestant fellowships in high school, where she developed a deep commitment to Christ. Having become Reformed in her theology, she attended Gordon College, in Boston. For a long time she didn’t ally herself to any one denomination. Eventually, she entered the Episcopal church. […]

Fr. Philip Scott: Former Episcopalian – The Journey Home Program

October 16, 1998 | no responses

Father Philip became an Episcopalian as a young boy. While in school his reading of history, in a Baptist college, led him to enter the Catholic Church. The witness of faithful priests was also a great assistance for him. He entered the Church though the Latin Rite but his love for the great gifts and […]

Gray Plunkett: Former Episcopalian Missionary – The Journey Home Program

September 18, 1998 | no responses

Gray was brought in the Episcopal church. He had always believed in Christ but it was in his sophomore year in college that he became on fire for the Lord through Inter-Varsity Fellowship. After graduation, he became a missionary through Wycliffe Bible Translators. While in seminary he began to be drawn to the Catholic Church. […]

Dr. Thomas C. Reeves: Former Episcopalian – The Journey Home Program

July 31, 1998 | no responses

Tom was reared Lutheran but he and his wife became Episcopalian in 1960. He very involved in the Anglo-Catholic movement and considered themself Catholic. With much pain he watched the Anglican Communion flounder and fall apart without any source of true authority. Looking about he discovered that the Catholic Church is the only church that […]

Peter & Regina Cram: Former Episcopalians – The Journey Home Program

March 20, 1998 | no responses

Peter was brought up Presbyterian & Congregationalist. Regina, on the other hand, was reared in a Catholic family but left the Church at 14 when she was “saved”. After they were married they became active in the Episcopal church. When the issues of the lack of a living authority arose in their denomination, they began […]

Dr. John Haas: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Porgram

March 13, 1998 | no responses

John was baptized Presbyterian and brought up a Lutheran. In college, while seeking the Catholic faith, he entered the Episcopal communion. Ordained an Episcopal priest, the lack of an authoritative voice to settle disputes in the Anglican communion led him and his family to the true apostolic authority in the Catholic Church. At this time […]

Fr Ray & Ruth Ryland: Former Episcopalians – The Journey Home Program

October 10, 1997 | no responses

Fr. Ray & Ruth were both brought up in the Desciples of Christ denomination. After serving in the Pacific during World War II, Fr. Ray attended seminary and was ordained an Episcopal priest in 1950. Ministering in that denomination for over a decate, both he and Ruth were led by the Holy Spirit to seek […]

Msgr. Graham Leonard: Former Anglican Bishop – The Journey Home Program

September 12, 1997 | one response

Born in 1921, the son of an Anglican priest, Msgr. Leonard was raised a devout member of the Church of England. He was ordained an Anglican priest in 1947. Faithfully serving his communion for many years, he became the Bishop of London, in 1981. For many years he was an outspoken critic of the novel […]

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