Steven W. Mosher: Former Secular Humanist – The Journey Home Program

April 28, 2000 | no responses

Steven, as a boy, was a Lutheran but lost his faith in college. For the next 20 years he was a secular humanist and an atheist. While in the Far East during the Vietnam War he became fascinated with Oriental Culture. While in China, he witnessed China’s one child policy, including forced abortions and sterilizations. […]

Gloria Thomas: – Former Baptist – The Journey Home Program

March 31, 2000 | no responses

Gloria was brought in the Baptist church in Kentucky. In college she lost her faith, because she had no foundation to defend the faith. After several years, the misery of her life brought her to her knees and back to Jesus. She had been studying modern art in New York. After her conversion she turned […]

Johnette Benkovic: Revert from Secularism – The Journey Home Program

March 10, 2000 | no responses

Johnette was raised in a Catholic household and attended 12 years of parochial education. She went off to college in the late 1960′s and she abandoned her Catholic moorings. After she was married she became enamored with consumerism. In the eyes of the world, Johnette, her husband and family were extremely successful, but she was […]

Dion DiMucci: Revert from Presbyterianism – The Journey Home Program

June 18, 1999 | no responses

Dion was raised in an Italian Catholic home in the Bronx, New York. Gaining fame through his rock group, Dion and the Belmonts, he fell away for the Church to the allure of the world. In 1968, he turned his heart over to Christ and was active for many years as a Presbyterian. A chance […]

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