This article is a theological reflection upon recovering drug addicts' conversion testimonies. The three theological virtues faith, hope, and love serve as a basis for a theological analysis of testimonies of spiritual transformation. Emil Brunner's idea of temporal experience characterized by the triad of the past, present, and future is discussed in the light of these three theological virtues. An interconnectedness of three dimensions of time and its influence on a convert's personal identity is explored showing how faith, hope, and love serve as the time-markers demonstrating the importance of past, present, and future in the participants' accounts. It is argued that Brunner's ideas are applicable to the practical-theological analysis of conversion testimonies of recovering substance users. His three temporal modalities help understanding of recovering users' spiritual transformation. © Contact Pastoral Trust 2014.