Falling In Love with the Biblical Jesus

Stan Weber What could change the faith of a Catholic from birth (and former altar boy) in his 38th year?  The answer is the grace and power of God and His Word, the Holy Scriptures!  Once a fiercely independent electrical engineer, successful businessman, married fifteen years with two children, I had gotten myself into financial Read More


All I Wanted Was to Know Jesus

Karlene Lynn A few months before she went to be with her Savior, in May of 1995, Karlene Lynn wrote her testimony.  Pastor Mike Gendron led her to the Lord, baptized, instructed her in the Christian life, and buried her.  Karlene died just eighteen months after receiving the gift of salvation.  She had been a Read More


Eternal Life in Christ or Despair in Roman Catholic Purgatory?

By Richard Bennett and Stuart Quint The Roman Catholic Church spells out its teaching on life after death with the heading “The Final Purification, or Purgatory”: “All who die in God’s grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified, are indeed assured of their eternal salvation; but after death they undergo purification, so as to achieve Read More

Saved by the Free Grace of God – Robert V. Julien

But why did I leave the Roman Catholic Church and her priesthood? People have asked me that question, and I have answered them in this fashion, “Because God told me to leave it.” I tell no lie. God did not speak to me in an audible voice. He spoke to me through His written Word Read More

Confession to a Priest Is Not Necessary for Gods Forgiveness

A person who is Catholic is taught to look for forgiveness by confessing his or her sins to a priest. Papal Rome’s insistence that her people confess is seen in her official teaching in the Catholic Catechism, paragraph 983, “Priests have received from God a power that he has given neither to angels nor to Read More

Christ Alone is the Way – Henry Gregory Adams

I was told that by becoming a monk and priest, I could avoid sin and be more certain of my salvation. Because I was sincerely seeking salvation, I entered the Bacillin Order of monks, received the long black robe and an adopted monastic name of “Saint Hilarion the Great,” and made my vows. What great Read More

Normal Christian Life and Catholicism

Both the Christian life and the Catholic Church are based on some of the great essential truths of God’s revelation. The question therefore must be asked, is the Catholic Church normal Christian life? Richard Bennett addresses this basic and essential question in a one-hour presentation. PlayStop X Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share Read More

Letter to Ireland: Leave Rome and Seek Christ!

Dear Irish Friends, On May 26, 2018, Ireland voted to end the ban on abortion.  Abortion is morally wrong.  It is a sin in the sight of God. Concerning the unborn child in the mother’s womb, the Bible states; “For thou hast possessed my reins: thou hast covered me in my mother’s womb.”[1]  The Bible Read More