Micah was raised in a devout Mormon family and like his brothers before him, served an LDS mission. However, while on his mission, a Baptist pastor challenged him to read the Bible, which he did--and gradually his Mormon world came crashing down around him as he encountered the life-changing love of Jesus Christ through His Word, the Bible. His new life in Jesus sent shockwaves not only through his mission, but his family as well.
Joseph Warren was raised in Utah in a faithful Mormon home. He served on an LDS mission in Orlando, Florida, where he met Micah and was encouraged by him to begin studying the Bible, which led to his own transformation to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. He is a vocalist and plays the guitar for the Adam's Road. He is married.
Matt Wilder was a strong and active Mormon his whole life. He served a two-year mission in Denmark and was studying at BYU after his mission when his younger brother, Micah, was kicked off of his Mormon mission in Florida. Micah challenged Matt to read the Bible and investigate the Gospel as revealed in God's Word. Matt came to a saving faith in Jesus Christ while at BYU and left the university his senior year.
Katie grew up in a very active LDS family; her father was in the bishopric, and her mother was a tenured professor at Brigham Young University. When her brother, Micah, returned from his LDS mission having renounced Mormonism and embraced the Jesus of the Bible, it sent Katie (and the rest of her family) on a difficult journey of her own, learning both hard and beautiful truths of who God really is.
Lila LeBaron was born and raised in a fundamental (polygamist) Mormon community in Chihuahua, Mexico. Her father had 4 wives and she had 33 brothers and sisters. As a young girl, her parents were divorced and she began attending a Christian Bible study for the first time in her life. Lila embarked on a journey of reading God's Word and coming to understand the Gospel of Jesus Christ in her early teens. At 14, she was baptized as a Christian.
Stefan was a happily-married returned LDS missionary when he began to learn that what Mormonism taught was not what the Bible taught. His search for truth led him, and eventually his wife, into an authentic relationship with the living Jesus Christ.
Sarah grew up in Utah as a generational Mormon, very active and dedicated to the LDS Church. Her world came crashing down, however, when her husband, Stefan, announced he did not believe in the Mormon Church anymore. Determined to get to the bottom of this, Sarah learned for herself not only the error in Mormonism, but more importantly, the offer of true grace and freedom in the Jesus Christ of the Bible.
Alicia was born and raised in Alpine, UT; right in the heart of Mormonism. She was an extremely devoted Mormon growing up and had a strong testimony of the LDS Church. In high school, she met her husband-to-be, Micah Wilder. When Micah went on his two-year mission, Alicia went to BYU to study. It was there, that Micah began to share the Gospel with Alicia and invited her to read the New Testament. She came to a saving faith in Jesus Christ while a student at BYU.
Nicole grew up in a very active Mormon family, and was herself a very outspoken defender of Mormonism...until small questions grew into bigger questions, and her search for an authentic relationship with Jesus led her out of Mormonism and into biblical Christianity.