John Darnell has a largely typical church background. He grew up attending traditional evangelical churches, made responses to the Lord in Sunday school, rebelled, and came back to Jesus as a 23 year old young man. Seeking for a deeper experience with God, he was baptised in the Holy Spirit in 1981, married his wife Glenys in 1984, emigrated to Australia in 1989, and responded to a long standing call to ministry by attending Bible College in 2000. Touched by God that year, John and Glenys began reaching out to broken and wounded people who were looking help in 2001. In 2004 they began a church, Shepherd's Heart, specifically to help the broken and wounded to heal.They began ministering God's healing to people whose story was one of a long history deep in the occult. Some of the things they were hearing were hard to accept as possible in a civilised society. Hearing reports of angel/human hybrids and of living creatures from the heavenly realms appearing as UFOs, John began to look for Christians who had experience working with UFO abductees. He discovered that there were those who were telling UFO abductees people that every experience was an illusion, did not happen, and there is no such thing as angel/human hybrids. This implied that those who were coming from a heavy occult background were deceived. If the scriptures say that modern day hybrids cannot be happening, then John would have to accept that everything he had ever been told about people's history must also be called into question. To John's amazement, not one of the arguments used from scripture to say that there are no modern hybrids, stands under scrutiny. Rather, the scriptures support everything he was hearing.What is experienced by SRA survivors and what is reported by UFO abductees are simply two sides of the same coin. He feels that others should understand how Satan is populating both earth and the heavens. Then, when his book was nearing completion, he felt strongly impressed that he must include a phenomenon which Shepherd's Heart minister into regularly. So he included a section which calls into question the modern church's doctrines concerning what happens to people after death. It explains some of the baffling testimonies of organ transplant recipients who tell of dramatic changes in taste and personality after the transplant.