author of Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: A Journey into the
Evangelical Subculture in America
"For years, I have used these conversion accounts both as a source
of meditation and as a resource for instruction. John Mulder's
judicious expansion of the earlier volume makes this collection
even more valuable than before."
author of Revive Us Again: The Reawakening of American
"What wonderful testimonies to conversion, to God's meeting people
where they are and turning what they already have toward Jesus
Christ. This book shows some remarkable people searching for and
finding God, but it is at least as much about God's finding them
and drawing them in. The best thing about this expanded edition is
that it includes more accounts from the global South and East.
Those contexts are quite different, but the Savior's voice and
touch reach people in those regions in ways that make our hearts
burn with recognition here."
Richard Rohr, O.F.M.
author of Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of
"This excellent and inspiring book helps us to see that real
conversion is not limited to any one group, religion, denomination,
or vocabulary. God compassionately works with each soul according
to its need - and, as you will see, works wonderfully!"
James H. Moorhead
author of Princeton Seminary in American Religion and
"A first-rate anthology with excellent commentary! From the Apostle
Paul to Bono of U2 and from John Calvin to contemporary Latin
American Pentecostals, Finding God is a moving account of
the ways in which Christians across the centuries have described
their experiences of spiritual renewal and regeneration."
author of After Heaven: Spirituality in America since the
"Finding God contains powerful narratives that will be of
value not only to people of faith but also to social scientists
like me whose research interests come again and again to questions
about conversion, why it happens, and what it means. Mulder's own
story, courageously included here as an afterword, is especially to