We have come from all religious backgrounds and walks of life. Many of us were even pastors or missionaries who wanted nothing more than to continue serving Our lord Jesus Christ. Humbly, we share with you the stories of how the Holy Spirit moved us to seek the Body of Christ and the unity for which He prayed.


Neesha and David Oliver – Former Nazarenes

October 18, 2016

The Journey Home

Neesha grew up with an interest in pursuing youth ministry in the Nazarene Church.  David felt isolated as a young teen until he heard the Gospel at a Nazarene youth gathering.  They met in college and married, and spent the next few years bouncing around trying to find where God would have them minister.  After a series of frustrations and rejections in David’s pursuit of the ministry, they began ... more

This Tremendous, Patient Lover

October 12, 2016

Written Stories

God made me a scientist before He made me anything else. As long as I can remember I have had the urge to understand even the inexplicable. But He also gifted me with an understanding that whatever I could explain was necessarily insufficient. ... more

Joe Copeck – Former Lutheran Pastor

October 11, 2016

The Journey Home

During his early childhood, Joe Copeck’s family were plugged into their Polish Catholic heritage, but over time, they drifted away from it.  After his time in the Navy, Joe entered seminary to become a Lutheran minister, but was bothered by questions of authority and unity in regard to Lutheranism.  Eventually, it was the reading of Scripture that brought him back to the Catholic Church- especially understanding how Scripture was ... more

Dr. Kevin Vost: Philosophy and Faith

September 22, 2016

The Journey Home

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Delving Deep Into History Brought Me Home – Adam Crawford

September 13, 2016

Written Stories

We’ve all heard the maxim, “Your starting point always determines your conclusion,” and ordinarily I would wholeheartedly agree. Yet there are exceptions to the rule. In theology and religion, these exceptions are typically referred to as conversions — that is, they involve people whose starting point (like Saul of Tarsus) very much does not determine their conclusion! ... more

Joshua Clemmons – Former Methodist

September 13, 2016

The Journey Home

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Bishop John Barres – Son of Former Brethren Ministers

August 30, 2016

The Journey Home

When Bishop John O. Barres’ parents met, they were studying to become ministers at Yale Divinity School.  His father’s fascination with Church history, and his mother’s quiet intellectual curiosity led both to become Catholic.  As they raised young John, he was introduced to many of the brightest Catholic minds of his parent’s generation: Archbishop Fulton Sheen, Frank Sheed, Fr. John Hardon, and Fr. Walter Ciszek, to name ... more
Barbara Cline

God Sometimes Calls Twice

August 29, 2016

Written Stories

God’s Early Call ... more