A Protestant Discovers the Real St. Francis – Dr. MaryJo Burchard

October 08, 2021 | No Comments

As a pastor’s daughter, Dr. MaryJo Burchard was well acquainted with the challenges of reforming Christian communities due to her father’s work as a transitional leader for churches in crisis.

Leaving Protestant Ministry for Catholicism – Doug Doughan

October 01, 2021 | No Comments

Doug Doughan had served many roles in ministry over the years, and loved being a small town pastor in Iowa. But as his ongoing desire to follow Christ more closely

Redemption in the Lord of the Rings – Dr. David Russell Mosley

September 17, 2021 | No Comments

For Dr. David Russell Mosley, one of the authors that had the biggest impact on his journey to the Catholic faith was J.R.R. Tolkien. In Tolkien’s vision of Middle Earth,

Catholic Cosmology in Lord of the Rings – Dr. David Russell Mosley

September 10, 2021 | No Comments

Why does the work of J.R.R. Tolkien draw so many people to consider the claims of the Catholic Church? Dr. David Russell Mosley shares how Tolkien’s exploration of the relationship

When Communion Divides Christians – Kelli Beaumont

September 03, 2021 | No Comments

So many Christians have so much in common on so many questions, but when it comes to the Lord’s Supper, the differences between Catholic and various Protestant beliefs about Communion

Trusting the Church’s Authority – Nick De La Torre

August 20, 2021 | No Comments

When Nick De La Torre first came back to faith, he found welcoming Evangelical Christian communities that encouraged him to read and study the Bible on his own to discern

Learning Gratitude from G.K. Chesterton – Jeff Miller

August 13, 2021 | No Comments

Jeff Miller was an atheist who found God in the Catholic Church, and one of his main guides along the way was G.K. Chesterton. For Jeff, Chesterton was a fascinating

The Psalms as the Prayers of Jesus – Nathan Wigfield

July 30, 2021 | No Comments

Part of Nathan Wigfield’s journey to the Catholic faith was discovering the ancient form of prayer known as the Liturgy of the Hours. Because these prayers are based primarily on

Experiencing Catholic “Culture Shock”

July 23, 2021 | No Comments

Dr. MaryJo Burchard and her husband had served as missionaries and pastors in Foursquare and nondenominational contexts, but they wanted to investigate Catholicism. Curious about Eucharistic Adoration, they read everything

Being Grateful for your Protestant Roots – Marcus Peter

July 09, 2021 | No Comments

As a Pentecostal Evangelist, Marcus Peter learned the importance of sharing his faith, the priority of the Scriptures, and the communication tools to help him more effectively spread the Gospel.

Connecting Emotional and Spiritual Health – Dr. Brent Robbins

July 02, 2021 | No Comments

As a former atheist exploring psychology, the more that Dr. Brent Robbins came to understand how human beings are wired, the more he began to rethink his ideas about God.

Seeing the Holy Spirit at Work in the Mass – Kenny Burchard

June 25, 2021 | No Comments

As a pastor in the Foursquare Church and a part of the Pentecostal tradition, Kenny Burchard was always seeking to enter into communion with the Holy Spirit in worship. When

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