Steve G. Milam: A Southern Baptist Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

February 28, 2005 | no responses

Steve and his wife were both brought up Southern Baptist.  His wife is a preacher’s kid and they were married by her father. They were strong Evangelical Protestants with an emphasis on the Bible and good preaching. They became leaders in a “seeker friendly” Baptist congregation with entertaining music and enthusiasm. After visiting an Episcopal […]

Gerald & Jennifer Tritle: Presbyterians Who Became Catholics The Journey Home (09-27-2004)

September 27, 2004 | no responses

Gerald was born into a Lutheran family but stopped attending church when he was seven. As a young adult he joined a Pentecostal Church. Jennifer was raised by very ministry-orientated parents from a Nazarene background. They met while Gerald was on a business trip to California. After they were married they church hopped for a […]

Dr. Scott Hahn: A Presbyterian Minister Who Became a Catholic – The Journey Home Program

April 5, 2004 | no responses

Marcus and Scott answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. Scott gave his life to Christ in high school. He soon became a convinced Calvinist. In seminary some thought he out-calvined Calvin. While teaching a Bible class, as a minister, a student asked him, “Where in the Bible does the Bible teach that it […]

Marcus Grodi: The Verses I Never Saw: The Journey Home Program

December 16, 2002 | no responses

In this episode of the Journey Home, Marcus discusses the “Verses He Never Saw” when he was a Protestant. These were passages of the Bible that were difficult or impossible to understand as a Protestant and only are understandable in their fullness from a Catholic perspective. He talks about Hebrews 6:4; 1 Timothy 3:15; 2 […]

Paul Jernberg: Swedish Baptist Who Became Catholic – The Journey Home Program

March 18, 2002 | no responses

Paul is the grandchild of Swedish Baptists who fled persecution in Sweden. Through various encounters with Jean Vanier, the founder of L’Arche Communities, which work with the mentally ill and handicapped, he came to discover the Catholic Church. At the time of this airing, Paul was the Music Director at St. Mark’s Church, in Peoria, […]

Jay & Gail Caress: Former Baptist Missionaries – The Journey Home Program

November 13, 2000 | no responses

Jay grew up in a Christian home but as a teen in the mid 1960’s he began to question everything. After high school he became involved in rock music and moved to California where he met Gail. Gail was brought in an Evangelical family. When she went off to college she got involved in the […]

Jimmy Akin: Former Presbyterian – The Journey Home Program

July 21, 2000 | no responses

James (these days he’s goes by Jimmy) was born in south Texas and grew up in the Ozarks in Arkansas. When he was little he parents attended the Church of Christ but stopped attending when he was about five. In high school he became involved in the New Age movement. In his early 20′s he […]

Dale Sibley: Former Methodist – The Journey Home Program

July 14, 2000 | no responses

Dale was baptized a Presbyterian as an infant but her parents didn’t attended church often. When her father became ill, when she was 12, some friends took to the Episcopal church, where she was confirmed. Unfortunately, she came to thinks that being a Christian was being a good person. With the help of a minister, […]

Bruce Sullivan: Former Church of Christ Minister – The Journey Home Program

June 4, 1999 | no responses

Marcus and Bruce answer open-line questions from the audience. Bruce was brought up as a Southern Baptist. Attending church three times a week was standard fare in his home. During his college years he was led to small denomination known as the Church of Christ. This group introduce him to some new teaching he never […]

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 […]

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