Marcus Grodi and Jim Anderson in this special summer format, invite listeners to call in and ask Scripture questions, such as What to do with a toddler at Mass? The need for Sunday Mass attendance? Do we read the Bible literally or as mythical stories? How do I start a Bible study? What is the Catholic Church’s teaching on Baptism?
Marcus Grodi and Jim Anderson wrap up their study of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians by discussing verses 6: 21-24.
Marcus and Bill answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. Bill was brought up in the Presbyterian Church but had no relationship with Jesus Christ. He came to a personal relationship with Christ reading the Gospels while recuperating from major surgery. He attended Gordon-Conwell Seminary and was ordained a Presbyterian (PCA) minister. Even while […]
When Tom was four years old his parents joined the Jehovah’s Witnesses, bringing him with them into that faith. He fully embraced the Jehovah’s Witnesses and quickly became an elder at the age of 21. He began to develop doubts when the predicted end times failed to materialize which the Witnesses had emphasized. Eventually, Tom […]
Marcus Grodi welcomes Baptist convert Steve Ray to discuss the Bible verses Mr. Ray “never saw” as a Protestant, particularly those that deal with the topics of typology and “the visible church.”
Andy was taught by his father, who was a Southern Baptist minister, to love and serve the Lord Jesus. As a young man he discerned his own call to ministry. While studying, he discovered the early Church Fathers and was intrigued by their teachings. This was the beginning of a journey that would lead him […]
Marcus and Rob answer open-line questions from the audience. Rob, better known as The Donut Man, grew up in the Presbyterian Church. And when my parents divorced, when he was 6, they stopped going to church. When he was 19, he was “born again” in a charismatic Pentecostal group. In 1982, his brother-in-law took a […]
The tables are turned on Marcus, as he is interviewed by Doug Keck. Marcus was reared Lutheran but, while in college, accepted Christ in a Charismatic Congregational church. After attending Gordon-Conwell seminary he was ordained a Congregational minister. Seeking doctrinal authority he became a Presbyterian minister. Still frustrated with his inability to know for certain […]
Father John was baptized in his mother’s Methodist church when he was a young boy. After a period of skepticism and searching, he became an Episcopalian and was eventually ordained an Episcopal priest. The modernist controversies in the Anglican Communion led his to see the need to return to the source of true apostolic authority […]
Deacon Joseph was baptized Catholic, at the insistence of his father, when he little. When he was four, his father died and his mother then brought him up in a Pentecostal Church. Later in life, he was received into the Eastern Orthodox Church. His realization of the need of the authority of St. Peter as […]