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A Bride of Christ – Mary Ann Pakiz

God’s Word Needs No Authority Other Than Itself God’s Word needs no authority other than itself. When I comprehended that principle, I was free–free to search the Scriptures for truth! In them, I found the way to God. Man gets to God, God’s way, through Jesus Christ, as revealed in the Bible. “I am the Read More

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From Bondage to Freedom in Christ – Mary Allen

During most of my life, I never even considered salvation in Christ, because I did not even know about it. It was the Lord’s desire that I be saved before I was born! What a blessing! Scripture says that each believer was chosen before the foundation of the world, “According as he hath chosen us Read More

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A Medical Nun – Lolly Harding

Callous treatment of a skilled drug-addicted nun-surgeon by her peer group in the Catholic Medical Missionary Order caused me, a dedicated nun, to become disillusioned. Within every person lies a marvelous adventure story of his life. Here is my story and the three torturous, separate paths I took on my journey toward peace and reconciliation Read More

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The Way Made Clear – Joseph Cherucheril

After years of traveling a road set before me from birth, the words of Jesus Christ taken from John 14:6, “I am the way, the truth and the life” put me on a completely new path. My life has been eternally changed and the darkness of deception has been turned to the light of uncompromising truth. Read More

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The Lord in Whom I have redemption

Jennifer Irvine I was born in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, during the Second World War.  My parents were from several generations of Roman Catholics.  I am the third of four daughters.  This is a brief outline of my life and later conversion to the knowledge of salvation and the Lord Jesus Christ.  When Read More

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Jacqueline Kassar a Nuns Story

Forty five years of my life were spent as a Roman Catholic, twenty two of them as a nun in an enclosed convent dedicated to adoration, reparation and suffering. I believed it was a nun’s calling to be a miniature savior of the world like Jesus Christ. My Decision to be a Nun After attending Read More

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An Overview of the History of the Papacy

The Papal Church, a magnificently rich splendidly housed political and ecclesiastical power, headquartered in Rome stands in stark contrast to what started there in the first century with some pastors ministering to small congregations.  The differences are graphic.  The early home churches under their pastors looked to the authority of the Word as received in Read More