by Arlyn Kantz In 2011, I began sneaking around and two-timing the evangelical home church I’d attended from my youth. Fort Worth is a big city. You can live a double life for a good long while. I took Willson (my eldest son who has severe autism) and sat on the back pew of St. […]
by Josh Lowery My period of Orthodox inquiry began around the summer of 2010, but it wasn’t until February of 2014 that my wife and I uprooted from our Evangelical church home and started attending at an Orthodox parish. That church was a very small (at the time) parish in a northern suburb of Dallas, […]
The conversion story/interview with Rod Dreher, nationally syndicated journalist and former convert to Roman Catholicism, now Orthodox Christian. In this interview, you’ll hear from Rod himself about his journey, and what brought him to where he is today. ?
by Brad Jersak, from his blog THEOLOGY First, because in my theology, I already was Orthodox for over ten years. When I say ‘theology,’ don’t think of stuffy, religious hair-splitting. I’m referring to the basic questions of who God is, what God is like, why Jesus came and died, what salvation is and how that […]
By Kevyn Schneider I was an LC-MS quia Confessional Lutheran for 57 years. I even entered online Lutheran Seminary (ILD) a few years ago. As the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther’s Reformation approached, I asked myself what Luther’s beloved Roman Catholic Church would have looked like had it not erred. (Remember, Luther was Germany’s top […]