My Pearl of Great Price – Conversion Story of Sissi L. Baker

March 2, 2013 | 10 responses

My father was the pastor of a few different churches throughout Ohio and West Virginia during this time. He began as a Pentecostal minister, and would later go on to pastor a Baptist church. My father never attended a seminary, although he received his preaching credentials under the teaching of another Evangelist via postal-mail. I remember as a young girl, my father worked hard at his biblical studies. He continued to work full-time as a carpenter to provide a decent living for his family, but on many evenings, he would slave over a stack of books for long hours.

A Change of Faith – Conversion Story of Joan Thomas

February 25, 2013 | one response

I grew up in Trinidad, in the West Indies, of British parentage. My parents were delightful people, loved by me and by everyone else who knew them. They were baptized Christians and lived as Christians should: helping others when necessary and sharing with those who needed it; but like many non-Catholics in those days, attending church regularly was not considered necessary. My two sisters and myself were baptized Anglicans, confirmed when we reached the proper age and as younger children were sent to Sunday school. Our parents attended church services on Easter Sunday, Christmas morning, and perhaps twice otherwise during the year. As we grew older, we stopped attending Sunday school, and only went to church when our parents did. We were believers but religion did not play an important role in our lives.

Kelly Nieto: Former Atheist/New Age – The Journey Home Program

January 28, 2013 | no responses

Kelly is also a former Miss Michigan & Miss America Runner-Up.

My Conversion Story – Conversion Story of Anita G. Gorman, Ph.D.

December 18, 2012 | 4 responses

My Conversion Story by Anita G. Gorman, Ph.D.      My parents were born in Sweden and immigrated to the United States as young adults. Nominal Lutherans, baptized and confirmed in the Church of Sweden, they were not strong churchgoers. Our next-door neighbors, on the other hand, were fervent Baptists who attended a Swedish Baptist […]

Highway to Heaven – Conversion Story of Dr. Jean M. Lee

November 26, 2012 | no responses

“I was fighting so many demons that I lost track of where they came from and how they were manifested. I became enslaved to spiritual poverty, sexual depravity, and a greed for money that would take its toll on my emotions and psyche for years to come. Everything in life seemed easily disposable, especially my money, which I spent lavishly to maintain my steady diet of alcohol and drugs that would salve my emotional pain.”

Leah Darrow: Revert to the Catholic Faith – The Journey Home Program

November 11, 2012 | one response

Leah is a former contestant on “America’s Next Top Model”.  Her website is: http://www.leahdarrow.com.

Following God: Jesus loves me this I know – Conversion Story of Marian Prentice

October 1, 2012 | 7 responses

From my earliest memories Jesus was my best friend. I loved church, worship, and my Bible, which I unfailingly carried everywhere. My dad used to joke, “Don’t you trust my driving? Is that why you always take your Bible?”

The Lord’s grace throughout my life has always been abundant. In reality, I can’t recall a time when I have not loved, desired, and pursued God. I always wanted to hear more about Jesus and to share Him with others.

JonMarc & Teresa Grodi: Life-long Catholic & Revert – The Journey Home Program

September 3, 2012 | no responses

A 27-year-old graduate student of philosophy at Franciscan University of Steubenville, JonMarc resides in Steubenville, OH, with his wife Teresa and two young children. While completing his undergraduate degree at Bowling Green State University, JonMarc was active in Catholic student leadership and ministry. JonMarc works as the Manager of Outreach for the Coming Home Network […]

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