Kristen West McGuire: Former United Methodist Seminarian – The Journey Home Program

June 25, 1999 | no responses

Kristen came from a family of faithful Methodist Christians. In college, she drifted away from the faith but was active in social justice work. A friend’s suicide attempt began her return. After Jesus appeared to her in a dream, she returned to Christ and began to think of going to seminary. Her work with the […]

Fr. Richard Bradford: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

April 9, 1999 | no responses

Fr. Richard grew up as an Episcopalian in Chicago. In college he felt the call to ministry, attended seminary and was ordained an Episcopal priest in 1970. His brand of Anglicanism was a small segment that saw itself as “pro-papalist”. In the 1970′s and ’80′s they thought they would soon reunite as a denomination with […]

James Likoudis: Former Greek Orthodox – The Journey Home Program

March 19, 1999 | no responses

Jim was baptized and reared in the Greek Orthodox Church, a child of Greek immigrants. Very early he was confronted by the problem of both the Orthodox and the Catholic claiming to be the true Church. In his studies he discovered that in the first 1,000 years of the Church a primacy of honor as […]

Michael Gilstrap: Former Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

February 19, 1999 | no responses

Michael and his family were converted to Christ through the Baptist church when he was 13 years old. At a Baptist college, in Texas, he began to question the depth of Baptist theology. So, he became a Presbyterian. He led a think tank called Geneva Ministries for 10 years. During that time his Presbyterian congregation […]

Christopher Dixon: Former United Methodist Minister – The Journey Home Program

October 9, 1998 | no responses

Chris was raised in a Methodist family but for many years his parents sent him to an Orthodox Presbyterian Sunday school. In college, he became serious about his faith in Christ. From his days at Princeton Theological Seminary, he believed that the early ecumenical councils were guided by the Holy Spirit, but he had no […]

Gray Plunkett: Former Episcopalian Missionary – The Journey Home Program

September 18, 1998 | no responses

Gray was brought in the Episcopal church. He had always believed in Christ but it was in his sophomore year in college that he became on fire for the Lord through Inter-Varsity Fellowship. After graduation, he became a missionary through Wycliffe Bible Translators. While in seminary he began to be drawn to the Catholic Church. […]

Doug Trout: Revert from the Evangelical Friends (Quakers) – The Journey Home Program

September 11, 1998 | no responses

Doug was brought in a Catholic family. As a young man he led a secular life. He met Christ through a group of Evangelical Friends, a branch of the Quakers. While attending a seminary, he met up with a Catholic childhood friend who responded to his objections to the Catholic faith knowledgably and with love. […]

Marcus Grodi: Former Presbyterian Minister – The Journey Home Program

September 4, 1998 | no responses

In this first year anniversary episode of the Journey Home, Doug Keck turns the tables on Marcus and interviews him of an open-line episode. Marcus Grodi 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 […]

Tim Staples: Former Assemblies of God Youth Minister – The Journey Home Program

August 14, 1998 | no responses

Tim was raised a Southern Baptist. Although he fell away from the faith of his childhood, he came back to faith in Christ during his late teen years through the witness of Christian televangelists. While in the Marine Corps, he became involved in ministry with various Assemblies of God communities. During his final year in […]

Dr. Thomas C. Reeves: Former Episcopalian – The Journey Home Program

July 31, 1998 | no responses

Tom was reared Lutheran but he and his wife became Episcopalian in 1960. He very involved in the Anglo-Catholic movement and considered themself Catholic. With much pain he watched the Anglican Communion flounder and fall apart without any source of true authority. Looking about he discovered that the Catholic Church is the only church that […]

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