Keeping Jesus at the Center – Conversion Story of W. Keith Moore

July 25, 2011 | 3 responses

I looked at the secular bookstore and found some things written by Clement, Justin Martyr, and a couple of other guys who KNEW THE APOSTLES!!! I was blown away! And here was the kicker, they mentioned the same things as the guy who wrote The Way of a Pilgrim. They talked about the Sacraments, and something else I had never heard, The Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. It was as if someone had slapped me in the face. What the heck was this? Justin Martyr described in detail what the Early Church gathering looked like. It was nothing like what we in Nashville were calling the Early Church! My curiosity began to germinate.

Skylar Testa: Former Non-Denominational Christian – The Journey Home Program

July 11, 2011 | no responses

Skylar was born in Columbus, Ohio. He is an actor and director, known for “Hearts Afire” (1992), “Total White Guy Move” (2013) and “Safaricize” (2013).

Fr. Patrick J. Rohen: Former Intependent Fundamentalist Minister – The Journey Home Program

July 4, 2011 | no responses

Fr. Rohen is a retired US Army Captain, having served as a military chaplain. He graduated from Moody Bible Institute, in Chicago.

Story of my Conversion – Conversion Story of Aaron B. Huberfield

June 21, 2011 | 8 responses

My father is of Jewish upbringing, and my mother was raised Protestant, but both gave up the practice of any religion when they reached adulthood. Accordingly, I grew up without religious instruction, having limited exposure through relatives both to Judaism and to Protestantism. My fondest childhood memories are of Christmas at the warm and cheerful home of my maternal grandparents. The enormous tree, surrounded by endless presents, was the highlight of my existence, and the usual collection of Christmas carols, some with occasional references to a newborn king, afforded what seemed to be the most fitting orchestration for this annual event.

Mark Connel – You Are That Man

January 18, 2011 | 2 responses

I was born and raised in a Catholic home. At the time of my departure, I was very pro-Catholic and longed for the Church to meet my spiritual needs, but I was angry that it wasn’t doing so. I left the Church in 1992 to join a small, loving Protestant congregation. Eventually I would become an elder of this church, lead men’s Bible studies, and host weekly prayer meetings. Independent of anything taught from the pulpit of this congregation, I grew even angrier and proceeded to build a doctrinal “case” against Rome.

Back to the Past – Conversion Story of Dow Escalante

October 27, 2006 | one response

Back to the Past by Dow Escalante In 1995, the year my son Ryan was born, I was sitting in our Home Bible Study with some of my best friends. Being a father of three young boys had its terrifying moments, but I could always depend on our small group to be there to help us […]

Caroline Schermerhorn: Non-Denominational Who Returned Home – The Journey Home Program

June 27, 2005 | no responses

Caroline was raised in an average Catholic home. At the age of 15 she began to attend an ecumenical charismatic group. The group focused on the Bible and Jesus. There was nothing specifically against Catholic teaching. Over time, she gradually became rather anti-Catholic. When her husband was in the military and away, she started attending […]

Al Kresta: A Non-Denominational Minsiter Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home Program

December 6, 2004 | no responses

Al was reared in a Catholic home. However he was never properly taught the faith and didn’t see it being lived out in his family. In high school and college, during the 1960’s, he easily fell away into the life of sex, drugs and rock and roll. After an experience with LSD, he began a […]

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