A Former Satanist’s Unexpected Path to Faith (Video included)

KM Tepe’s life journey took a profound turn from practicing satanism to embracing Christianity, a transformation she never anticipated. Raised in a Christian household, Tepe ventured into the occult during her college years, driven by curiosity and rebellion.

“We called ourselves a coven,” she recalls, detailing her early experiences with rituals, spellwork, and tarot cards.

Her exploration deepened after discovering the Satanic Bible, which resonated with her beliefs at the time. Tepe became a member of The Satanic Temple, identifying as an atheistic Satanist while simultaneously practicing witchcraft.

At one point, she admits to being “dangerously close to theistic Satanism,” actively engaging with demonic entities.

The turning point arrived during a period of personal crisis. Following her mother’s death from Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Tepe found herself grappling with profound grief and unanswered questions about life and death. Her mother’s Christian funeral became a backdrop for her spiritual confrontation.

“I was sitting there as a Satanist at my mom’s funeral,” she said, reflecting on her emotional turmoil.

In her quest to disprove God, Tepe bought a Bible to highlight its perceived flaws. However, this attempt “backfired.” Rather than confirming her skepticism, the scriptures spurred a cascade of questions about God’s nature and existence.

Seeking answers, she reached out to the pastor from her mother’s funeral, who recommended the apologetic work Evidence Demands a Verdict.

Through a series of personal signs and reflections, Tepe felt a divine presence in her life, leading her to accept Christianity and undergo baptism.

Contrary to her previous beliefs, she now views God as a loving and forgiving force. “God doesn’t hate anybody,” she asserts, emphasizing the benevolence she has come to embrace.

Today, Tepe contributes to a ministry targeting individuals from alternative subcultures, including fans of Christian metal and those with a gothic aesthetic.

Her message is one of inclusivity and redemption: “You don’t have to be a certain way to be forgiven. You can have peace in life.”

Her transformation from a self-proclaimed witch to a follower of Christ underscores a journey of unexpected faith and personal renewal.

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