Hi, my name is nate, and I am a believer in the gospel of our glorious Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
My parents tried to raise me as a liberal Mennonite, but I rebeled from a young age. I ended up as a philosophical satanist and drug addict. After severe mental health issues I managed to quit drugs, but still had no faith or contro over my worldly desires.
I came to respect the faith and practices of some Christians, but thought that they were fooling themselves.
After several experiences with the Holy Spirit, and reading the New Testament for myself without the preconcieved biases that I had before the Spirit started its work, I realized that I had been called by the Grace of the one and only Triune God, to the service of His Will.
I searched for the right Church, and despite every atempt to look elsewhere, ended up beeing convicted that the Reformed Presbyterian Church that the woman who is now my wife attended was the corect one for me.
I have learned a great deal from the Reformed Church and am still a member and regularly attend. However, while Reformed Theology has been a wonderful guide in balancing out some of the shortcomings of my liberal Mennonite upbring, I have found that there is much that is also missing.
I am not interested in joining another Church, Unless that is the will of God, but seek to find places where I can dialogue and worship with fellow believers, who come from different Theological backgrounds and traditions.
peace and Grace,