We have come from all religious backgrounds and walks of life. Many of us were even pastors or missionaries who wanted nothing more than to continue serving Our lord Jesus Christ. Humbly, we share with you the stories of how the Holy Spirit moved us to seek the Body of Christ and the unity for which He prayed.

“A lot of the gifts I had serving as a pastor have been even more powerfully utilized here.” – Billy Kangas

February 23, 2017

Signposts

Billy Kangas, co-founder of Cultivate Coffee and Tap House in Ypsilanti, MI, shares how exploring the life and authority structure of early Christianity helped him become open to the beauty of the Catholic Church. ... more

“What does it mean to be a human being?” – Morgan Holliger

February 16, 2017

Signposts

Morgan Holliger, a student at the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family, explains how the Church’s teaching on the dignity and meaning of the human person led her from agnosticism to Catholicism. ... more

John Lillyman – Former Anglican and Presbyterian

February 14, 2017

The Journey Home

John Lillyman’s journey of faith has taken him all over the world, and brought him into encounter with a number of well-respected Christian traditions.  Raised in Australia with little understanding of faith, he went on to first truly encounter religion while studying medieval architecture in college.  As a young Christian, his zeal for the faith brought him into contact with L’Abri communities, the Evangelical intellectual traditions as preserved ... more

“I don’t think I’d be a priest if I hadn’t gone to a Methodist college.” – Fr. Michael Gossett

February 9, 2017

Signposts

Fr. Michael Gossett of the Diocese of Steubenville talks about his personal journey of faith- and how being challenged to explain his beliefs helped him to gain a better understanding of his personal relationship with Jesus. ... more

Scott Weeman – Catholic Revert, Recovering Alcohol and Drug Addict

February 7, 2017

The Journey Home

Scott was raised Catholic, but around the same time he received the Holy Spirit in Confirmation at age 17, he also took his first drink, and began to base his life, as he says, on different kinds of spirits.  A bright student, he soon saw his grades fall, his relationships fail, and everything around him crumble.  He got sober briefly to try and mend things, but never truly opened himself up ... more

How the Search for Truth Led Me from Atheism to Catholicism

February 1, 2017

Written Stories

Jennifer Fulwiler is a former atheist who was born and raised with the natural materialist worldview that says, “If you can see it and touch it, then it is real.” Influenced by her atheist father, who told her, “Seek truth and do not believe assumptions,” from early childhood she sought answers to her many questions that eventually brought her to an unexpected destination. ... more

Barbara Golder – Former Episcopalian

January 31, 2017

The Journey Home

Barbara Golder’s search for truth took the form of her love of scientific inquiry.  She was born into a Methodist family, delivered by a Jewish doctor in a Catholic hospital- and all of those faith traditions would play a part in her journey.  Eventually becoming an Episcopalian, the moral relativism of some elements of the hierarchy in that Church made her feel like an outcast in her own congregation ... more

From Brokenness and Abuse to Freedom in Christ

January 26, 2017

Written Stories

Leticia is a wife, mother, stepmother and grandmother, who credits her faith with helping her overcome the wounds of abuse that she experienced during her childhood and teenage years.  Her rocky path into the Catholic Church is a reminder that God’s love doesn’t come with fine print, that his mercy is for all, and that his grace is real. She spoke with The Coming Home Network about her ... more

Don Johnson – Former Evangelical

January 23, 2017

The Journey Home

Don Johnson, producer of the film “Convinced,” joins Marcus Grodi to talk about how his search for truth led him to the Catholic Church.  At one point, Don was teaching about the book of Exodus as a microcosm of the Christian life, and it began to dawn on him that the events of the flight from Egypt had real live parallels with Catholic worship today- from the passage through the ... more

Ken Hensley – Former Baptist Pastor

January 17, 2017

The Journey Home

Ken Hensley was a rock and roll-loving Southern Californian who suddenly found himself confronted with the claims of Christianity.  He began to explore the Bible and various Christian authors privately, afraid he’d be mocked by his friends if they found out what he was reading.  As a new Christian, he wanted primarily to go into teaching, but ended up pastoring for a number of years. ... more