Finding God: A Treasury of Conversion Stories — which builds on editor John M. Mulder’s earlier work with the late Hugh T. Kerr — is an anthology of inspiring accounts by and about people from the first century to today.
Many of the people featured in this wide-ranging collection are familiar; some are unknown; one is anonymous. They come from places scattered around the globe and throughout time — ancient Rome, medieval Europe, India, China, Latin America, the U.S.A., and beyond.
What all of these people have in common, however, is that each of them experienced a powerful spiritual conversion and was profoundly changed by it.
They include . . .
I flung myself down under a fig tree — how I know not — and gave free course to my tears. The streams of my eyes gushed out an acceptable sacrifice to thee. And, not indeed in these…
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