Glen Allen: A Baptist Minister Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

July 14, 2003 | no responses

Glen was reared a Methodist, in the projects in Milwaukee, one of 10 children. At 13, he was sent to a Jesuit boarding school but he wasn’t interested and did not learn the Catholic faith. From his experiences in school, he came to dislike white people and the Catholic Church. In college, he met his […]

Shawn Reeves: An Evangelical Protestant Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

May 12, 2003 | no responses

Shawn’s father was Protestant and his mother Catholic. As a child he was allowed to decide his own faith. He chose to be a Non-denominational Evangelical because he felt that their services were more interesting and easier to understand. While in college he was active in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, but soon found himself in limbo […]

Stephen K. Ray: A Baptist Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

November 4, 2002 | no responses

Marcus and Steve answer open-line questions from the audience. Brought up Baptist, Steve was taught by his parents to love Jesus and the Bible. As he grew, the more he studied Scripture the more confused he became, because of the many contradictory teachings of committed Christians who relied on the Bible alone as their authority. […]

Fr. Carleton P. Jones, OP: Episcopalian Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

September 23, 2002 | no responses

Father Jones was raised Unitarian and Congregationalist in New Hampshire. His parents were active and alive intellectually. From them he learned authority and obedience. In high school he became active in the Episcopal Church. After graduating from Yale University, he entered seminary and was ordained an Episcopal priest, later joining the Anglican religious community known […]

Cathy Duffy: Revert from Calvary Chapel – The Journey Home Program

October 29, 2001 | no responses

Cathy was raised in a Catholic family of eight children. In high school, though, she consciously told God to leave her alone. After she had her first child, she and her husband began to attend Calvary Chapel, where they attended for 20 years. During this time she became involved in the home school movement and, […]

Dr. Thomas Howard: Former Episcopalian – The Journey Home Program

February 5, 2001 | no responses

Marcus and Dr. Howard answer open-line questions for the audience. Thomas Howard was raised in a prominent Evangelical home (his sister is well-known author and former missionary Elisabeth Elliot), became Episcopalian in his mid-twenties, then entered the Catholic Church in 1985, at the age of fifty. Dr. Howard is an English professor (recently retired, after […]

Jeff Childers: Former Church of Christ – The Journey Home Program

January 29, 2001 | no responses

Jeff comes from a committed Church of Christ background. At the age of 9 he gave his life to Christ and was baptized for the forgiveness of his sins. As a teenager he studied to be a preacher under the tutelage of his pastor. For two years he ministered full-time as a minister. His journey […]

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 […]

David Utsler: Former Charismatic Episcopal Priest – The Journey Home Program

June 30, 2000 | no responses

David wasn’t raised in a Christian home. He knew what the Gospel was through the witness of his grandmother. In his senior year in high school he had a radical conversion to Jesus Christ. Within six months he felt a call to full-time ministry. He went to Bible College and was ordained a Non-denominational Charismatic […]

Dr. William Marshner: Former Lutheran – The Journey Home Program

July 2, 1999 | no responses

Marcus and Dr. Marshner answer open-line questions of the audience. Born in Baltimore, Dr. Marshner was raised in the Lutheran Church. He pursued his undergraduate studies at Gettysburg College as a pre-ministerial student. An interest in Old Testament exegesis led him to postpone entry into the Lutheran seminary in order to pursue a degree at […]

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