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Robin R

June 8, 2015

I came to faith during my youth after a member of a nearby Mennonite church knocked on our door inquiring if anyone wanted to attend bible school. My mother was only too happy to find something to occupy us for the week. I was accepted and welcomed into this community that indoctrinated me in the […]

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Chris Highland

June 3, 2015

Raised in the Presbyterian Church near Seattle, singing in choirs and being a youthgroup leader, it seemed natural for me to end up a Pastor (especially since I was bornon Christmas!). High school gave me wonderful mixed flavors of Jesus Juice (Baptist,Presby, Campus Crusade, Pentecostal) with endless Bible studies, prayer and praise.At (conservative Methodist) Seattle […]

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Lorrie Soini

May 10, 2015

I was born to a couple who hated each other’s religious beliefs. My father was obsessed with abuse, alcohol, and weird religions. He used to be obsessed with the devil and told me, as a little girl, that the devil comes into your bedroom at night. I still have a sleep phobia and cannot sleep […]

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Drew Bekius

April 8, 2015

Drew serves on TCP's Board of Directors and as Chair of the Communications Committee. In many ways, my story is as stereotypical American evangelical as it gets. Complete with alter calls, Bible camps, and purity rallies. Or at least it starts off that way. I was raised in a small Baptist church in small-town Central […]

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EJ Hill

March 19, 2015

I converted to Christianity on the 6th of November 1993, at the age of 16. Since my conversion I have worked as a short-term missionary with Operation Mobilization (OM), church-planter with Wayman Mitchell’s Christian Fellowship Churches; pastor, apologist, and continuity presenter for Radio 7 FM [now closed]; managed to complete a Bachelor of Arts in […]

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Carolyn Clark

March 2, 2015

Carolyn serves on TCP's Screening Committee. As a member of The Clergy Project I am in a triple minority….a Catholic, a female, and a former nun. My journey from consecrated “bride of Christ” to atheist was completely unsought and unexpected. As with most people, I had accepted my religious belief as it was handed down to […]

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