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Moments of Transformation


by Jennifer Ochstein


When people ask about my conversion testimony, I cringe. My motivations for becoming a Christian were suspect. I wasn’t filled with joy at the moment of decision. I was rancorous.


I think of it more as the incident rather than a conversion. The actual conversion has taken years. The incident embarrasses me, even today.  Maybe that’s why I’ve come to stubbornly insist that my conversion wasn’t a single moment in time but a transformation of years. A transformation of […]

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