My Baptist Childhood In 1977, at the age of seven, I was baptized in a Baptist Church in rural north-central Louisiana. The pastor of the church was my father; I
Brother Bonaventure Chapman”s background was in a number of denominations: Presbyterian, Church of Christ, Lutheran. It was when he went to Oxford, England, to study for Anglican ministry, that all
My two younger sisters and I were raised in Springfield, MO by parents who valued faith, family, and friendships, and who served the community. We attended Sunday morning, Sunday evening, and Wednesday night services in a large, active Churches of Christ congregation. Our social as well as religious life revolved around this church.
Chris Hiles’ parents had a conversion experience as adults, shortly before Chris was born. Much of his upbringing took place around a Christian camp in central Ohio, and so from
Former Church of Christ minister Bruce Sullivan joins Marcus Grodi on this episode of Deep in Scripture to discuss Romans 8:16-17, where St. Paul talks about the Holy Spirit bearing
George Butterfield was a shy kid who dreaded the coming-of-age public profession of faith that was customary in the country church he attended. It just so happened that when the
Deacon George was a zealous young Christian, who was first drawn to the Catholic Church through her social teachings. Having come from an anti-Catholic background, he had to overcome some