Sila si Kapatid na Florita Colanag, ang asawang si Kapatid na Larry Colanag at mga anak nito na kapwang handug sa INC. Sumasampalataya sila sa totoong Iglesia Ni Cristo ang Iglesia Katolika dahil sa palaging pakikinig sa CFD Radio Program ng DXDD AM, Ozamiz City.
Ang kanilang mga anak na kapwa mga handug sa INC ay nabinyagan na rin sa Iglesia Katolika.
PRO DEO ET ECCLESIA Si Kapatid na Akmad ay isang kasapi sa ISLAM, siyay isang Muslim ngunit matapos dinodoktrinahan ni Bro Robert Castro, si Kapatid na Akmad ay nabinyagan sa CATHEDRAL ng Ozamiz sa pamamagitan ni Fr. Ang kanyang pangalan at aplido ay nanatiling Muslim ngunit siyay ganap na ngayong Kristiyano matapos siyang sumasampalataya sa katutuhanan. Si Kapatid na Cerilo Castro at ang buong pamilya niya ay mga kasapi sa SDA, siyay palaging magtatanong sa isinagawang FAITH EXPLAINED sa public market saksi din siya sa ilang debate ng CFD vs SDA at matapos siyang sumailalim sa doktrina ng Santa Iglesia ang boong pamilya niya ay ganap nang naging Katoliko.
I am from the state of Georgia and I am 14 years old. My parents were born in Sweden and immigrated to the United States as young adults. Branzuela, mga myembro ng Iglesia ni Manalo sa Local ng Brgy. Dahil sa pagiging pakikinig sa Catholic Radio Station Dxdd Radio Veritas, sa Religious Apologetic Programs nito. Si Kapatid na Bernie ay isa nang myebro nga CFD na naging kasali sa aming religious apologetic programs ngayon. ROVEL FONTE: FORMER BORN AGAIN PASTOR CONVERTS TO CATHOLICISM By Lay Person Scripturist There are a lot more conversion stories in the Philippines that are not posted yet.
I am writing this story to share my conversion to the Catholic Church, which came about at such a young age. Nominal Lutherans, baptized and confirmed in the Church of Sweden, they were not strong churchgoers.
We were believers but religion did not play an important role in our lives.
Tears from My Father – Conversion Story of Randall Gorman I was raised in a family that was steeped in the Assemblies of God (AG) tradition.He began as a Pentecostal minister, and would later go on to pastor a Baptist church.My father never attended a seminary, although he received his preaching credentials under the teaching of another Evangelist via postal-mail.My grandfather, Marvin Gorman, was the pastor of the largest AG church in the state of Louisiana with around four to six thousand people in attendance every Sunday.As an adult, I was a third generation minister in an Assemblies of God (AG) turned non-denominational church in Ruston, Louisiana.They were baptized Christians and lived as Christians should: helping others when necessary and sharing with those who needed it; but like many non-Catholics in those days, attending church regularly was not considered necessary.