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From Polish Catholicism to

Trusting in Christ Alone


With deep love for Catholic people, Peter Slomski explains his own coming to personal faith in Jesus Christ. Peter is from a Polish Catholic family and delivers his touching testimony to the Lords love and grace.

“God Who First Loved Me”


Robert Selvam was born and raised Catholic on the island nation of Sri Lankan. This is Robert Selvam's touching story of how he rediscovers his first love.

“With a Love for Catholics”


In this round table discussion, New Yorkers, Brian McLaughlin and Richard Wozniak speak about their lives as Catholics and their coming to personal dynamic faith in Christ Jesus outside the Church of Rome.  Candor, sincerity, and compassion are the hallmarks of this interview hosted by Richard Bennett. 

“Twice Converted-Once Saved”


Former priest, Richard Bennett, interviews James Kohlhepp on the story of his two conversions. James was not born into a Catholic family but had decided to converted to Catholicism at a later age. Listen in and see just what happened that change this mans life eternally, when he was Biblically born again.

“A Biblical Renewal for a Catholic Marriage”


Former Roman Catholics, Mark and Shawn Prosser, discuss their great struggle to find true Biblical salvation. In a moment in time not only did they find   the truth of God but a true marriage renewal. Watch as they interact and share their story of saving faith with Richard Bennett.

“Lost in Catholicism-Found in Christ”


In this interview, Greg Bentley reveals the heavy burden laid upon his conscious as he sought refuge in religion. With the guilt of mortal sin and many failed attempts at trying to live the Catholic life, Greg never had the peace that passes all understanding, until Jesus became real in his life.

“A New Creation"


The amazing transformation of Clarence Hafelin is very evident in his testimony. Listen in as Clarence helps define the biblical concept of being born again and walking as a new creation. He reveals the sharp contrast with the Catholic idea that infant baptism is the source of new spiritual life. A touching story of true conversion.

“Lost in the Church - Secure in Christ”


This is the story of Mark and Trisha Parrent. Mark grew up in a devout Catholic family and faithfully served as a alter boy, however, something was missing in the emptiness of his ritualistic prayers. His wife Trisha was from a strict Polish Catholic background that took pride in Catholicism's great advancements in American life in the 1960’s. As personal difficulties and family tragedy strike, the Parrent’s find security in Christ alone and not in a Church.

Was a love for the Catholic Church Enough?


Will Barham, once an altar boy, served the Catholic Church devotedly for years. In his desire to find God and salvation, he wanted to know if his love for the Church was sufficient. This program will assist Catholics who are asking: “How I can find peace with God?” Will now serves Lord by telling others of the freedom, forgiveness, and life he has found in Christ Jesus.

“From an Irish Catholic to a Child of God”


Terry Stillin had deep religious roots being born and raised in a “very” Catholic Family. While hitchhiking along a lonely road, Terry is pickup by a Christian man who shares the true gospel of God’s redeeming love.  Terry’s new faith breaks the ties of an empty controlling religion. This Video will minister to all who have been steeped in a Catholic upbringing.

“From Polish Tradition to Biblical Truth”



Former Roman Catholic, Tony Dilego, discloses his deep roots in Polish Roman Catholic family tradition. Follow along as Tony shares his early years as a alter boy and his logical progression to Biblical Salvation, and finally setting aside all traditions to embrace the Word of God.

“A Catholic Marine”


US Marine, Ralph DiCosimo, an Italian-American who valued honor, courage, and commitment and above all he was a stanch Catholic. Off the coast of Bosnia his courage and commitment remained the same, however the focus of his faith became personal and alive. This is an interesting for those of you, who like Ralph, are having more battles than one, this will inspire you.

“A Self-Righteous Catholic”

Saved by Grace


Jacquelyn Johnson shares her testimony of being a self righteous young woman. This may come as a shock to those who think that their good works will lead them to Heaven. Watch as Jacquelyn shares from her heart and encourages those who think they are leading a “good life” to examine their conscience.

“Beyond Evolution and out of Catholicism”


Richard Bennett interviews former Roman Catholic, Dan Bentley.  Dan shares his inner struggle with the Bibles account of creation which is found in the book of Genesis.  The false evolutionary teachings endorsed by both the Roman Catholic Church and  public schools kept this man away from Biblical salvation until he found the truth.

“A Catholic Couple is Born Again” 


Jeff Carpenter and his wife  were sincere Catholics until the Holy Spirit opened their eyes to the words of the scripture.  They both came to a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus.  Jeff is now a pastor in Rome, NY where he faithfully preaches the Gospel. Pastor Jeff and his wife clearly explain how being “born again” transformed their lives.

Frustrated in Catholicism

Fulfilled in Christ 


Patricia Allen grew up in a strict Catholic family, doing all the required things of the Catholic Church, but had emptiness inside. Patricia had longing to know who God really was. This carried into her adult life, until one day the Holy Spirit came and convicted her of sin, and by grace she believed on Jesus Christ alone.

The Suppression of the Truth ” 


Andy Mayfield vividly explains his transition from a life of drink and lifeless religion to the enjoyment of his relationship with the Lord in salvation. Andy really opens his heart to Catholics in this interview. He explains the suppression of the truth that plagued his life.

"Beyond Drink and Drugs" 


Tim Brown was born in 1953 and by the age of 14 he was drinking weekly. By the age 16, Tim was totally out of control and using drugs of all types. So it was for the next 20 years of his life, including his time in the military. Tim's interview with Richard Bennett is a most interesting account of a man that overcame deep addiction.

From Knight of Columbus to Soldier in Christ


Kirk Vitzhum was raised on an Iowa farm in a devout Catholic family. In this interview Kirk gives details of his life and how he came to true biblical salvation. Kirk had been a member of  the world's largest Catholic lay organization to advance Catholicism, the Knights of Columbus. His departure from the Knights of Columbus is quite interesting.

“A Wild and Crazy Catholic”


Former Roman Catholic, Bob Holmes, discusses his life growing up in suburban America. His life story is very similar to many living in middle class America. Catholic people existing with a conscience dulled towards the true things of God. Bob reveals the vast differences in his life when he experienced biblical salvation.

An Irishman Cuts Out the Middleman

In November 2010, Richard Bennett met John Callan, a Catholic man from Ireland. Richard explained to him our tract, "Are you right with God?" John told him that it all made great sense. He then returned to Ireland and after many telephone calls and emails he was truly saved. Then in November 2013, John desired that he be interviewed for a video on his conversion. When Richard asked John just how he had believed on the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation. John simply replied, "I got rid of the Middle Man."

Breaking the Grip of Catholicism

Many Catholics live under the fearful grip that the teaching of the priests and nuns have had on their lives. Many thousands of Catholics have experienced a death hold by believing the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church that there is no salvation outside the Roman church. Thousands have attempted to contact dead saints, having been taught to believe in their help. The haunting type of mystical experience that results from such sin clings to their souls for years. These and other appalling snares that Catholic dogmas impose on souls must be understood in the light of Scripture in order to be free from them. This Richard Bennett does as he sensitively discusses this topic with Joe Flahive.

 

Breaking the Grip of Catholicism

Many Catholics live under the fearful grip that the teaching of the priests and nuns have had on their lives. Many thousands of Catholics have experienced a death hold by believing the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church that there is no salvation outside the Roman church. Thousands have attempted to contact dead saints, having been taught to believe in their help. The haunting type of mystical experience that results from such sin clings to their souls for years. These and other appalling snares that Catholic dogmas impose on souls must be understood in the light of Scripture in order to be free from them. This Richard Bennett does as he sensitively discusses this topic with Joe Flahive.