My mom dragged me to church as a kid and I hated wearing itchy church clothes. But for some reason, I always kept going back sporadically on my own during college. Admittedly, I didn't like Christians very much then and certainly didn't want to be one (I thought they were weird). Basically, I just couldn't get my mind around this whole "Jesus" thing. Yet, I kept going to church listening to the stories, keeping God at a comfortable distance.
Looking back, I'm so grateful for the many friends and acquaintances who planted seeds along my faith journey. After law school, I was invited to a men's conference and absolutely loved it. One of the speakers was a former Green Beret -- he was anything but weird. He was a tough, brilliant, Godly man whom I couldn't help but respect. It wasn't long after that I discovered C.S. Lewis and realized that Christians weren't a bunch of weirdos after all. He helped me see God for who he is, not who I thought he was. The rest, as they say, is history.
My faith was the best decision I've every made. It's changed my life and it will change yours too.
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If I weren't a professor, I would
Mere Christianity, The Jesus I Never Knew, Purpose Driven Life
10 Most Important Choices You Make Every Day
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