Sr. Constance Walton, OSF: Former United Methodist Minister – The Journey Home Program

February 12, 2001 | no responses

Sister Constance grew up in Iowa in the Methodist church. She had a very strong religious education. As a young teen she was bored and stopped attending church. When she was a senior in high school he was asked to help with the kindergarten class. This began her journey back to Christ. She attended seminary […]

Dr. Dolores Grier: Former Baptist – The Journey Home Program

January 22, 2001 | no responses

Dr. Grier is an African American pro-life activist and non-fiction author. When Grier was a teenager she converted to Roman Catholicism. She graduated with a master’s degree in social work from Fordham University. In 1980 she heard a “persuasive, dynamic speech in defense of all human life from conception” by the Rev. Jesse Jackson and […]

Rhonda Grayson: Former Independent Charismatic Minister – The Journey Home Program

January 8, 2001 | no responses

Rhonda was baptized Lutheran as a young girl. From her teens to her late twenties she was not active in any church. She turned to Christ in a Baptist church. Soon after, she became involved in the Charismatic renewal through her brother-in-law who was a pastor of an independent congregation. Rhonda was ordained in this […]

Jay & Gail Caress: Former Baptist Missionaries – The Journey Home Program

November 13, 2000 | no responses

Jay grew up in a Christian home but as a teen in the mid 1960’s he began to question everything. After high school he became involved in rock music and moved to California where he met Gail. Gail was brought in an Evangelical family. When she went off to college she got involved in the […]

Dr. Robin Maas: Former Christian Science & United Methodist – The Journey Home Program

October 9, 2000 | no responses

Robin was raised in a family where her mother was a Christian Scientist and her father an indifferent Methodist. By the age of 14, both of her parents had died. This forced her to a deeper prayer life and Scripture study. After high school she attended a Christian Science college, in Illinois. By about the […]

Mother Angelica: Life-long Catholic – The Journey Home Program

August 23, 2000 | no responses

Mother Angelica was born Rita Antoinette Rizzo, in 1923, in Canton, Ohio. In 1944, she joined the contemplative order of the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration. After a severe back injury, she told God that if she could walk after the surgery, she would build Him a monastery in the South. True to her word […]

Bill & Lisanne Bales: Former Presbyterians – The Journey Home Program

August 18, 2000 | no responses

Lisanne was a dyed in the wool pagan for the first 20 years of her life. Bill was brought up in the Presbyterian Church but no relationship with Christ. He came to a personal relationship with Christ reading the Gospels while recuperating from major surgery. He met Lisanne and gently led her to Jesus. Together […]

Lee South: Former Episcopalian – The Journey Home Program

July 28, 2000 | no responses

A loving Presbyterian couple, in California, adopted Lee and her twin sister. As a little girl he went to a Dominican school and was given a love for the Catholic Church and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Later she went to high school in Florida and God was put on the back burner. She attended Vanderbilt […]

Dale Sibley: Former Methodist – The Journey Home Program

July 14, 2000 | no responses

Dale was baptized a Presbyterian as an infant but her parents didn’t attended church often. When her father became ill, when she was 12, some friends took to the Episcopal church, where she was confirmed. Unfortunately, she came to thinks that being a Christian was being a good person. With the help of a minister, […]

Curtis & Michaelann Martin: Reverts from Evangelicalism – The Journey Home Program

June 23, 2000 | no responses

Curtis and Michaelann were both brought up in devoted Catholic families. He experienced all the rites of passage as other Catholic children, but they didn’t touch their hearts. Michaelann became enamored with secularism in high school. They both met committed Evangelical Christians in college, Curtis by Non-denominational Christians and Michaelann by members of the Church […]

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