“Don grew up in a non-practicing Catholic home, watched his father convert to a Seventh-Day Adventist tradition, but only remembers the types of meat he couldn’t eat. His wife hates the idea of God, and Don’s already expressed his love of God but his disdain for organized church. Since he seemed open to talk, I lobbed up this question: ‘If Christianity was only about finding a group of people to live life with, who shared openly their search for God and allowed anyone, regardless of behavior, to seek too, and who collectively lived by faith to make the world a little more like Heaven, would you be interested?’
‘Hell yes!’ was his reply. He continued. ‘Are there churches like that?'”
– Hugh Halter in The Tangible Kingdom
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