I have only known Marc less than a year. We live in the same part of the country, but have never met face-to-face. (Hoping to change that sometime soon.) But I love this guy. I love his heartbeat. I love his passion. In fact, we share the same passion.
Helping people live out their faith from a place of identity, rather than a place of morality.
So, let me ask you something: Why do you read the Bible?
Most of the time I ask that question (and I ask it a lot), I get answers like:
- To know God’s will.
- To find comfort.
- To know what I’m supposed to do.
- Because it is true.
- To know about God.
These certainly aren’t bad answers, as much as they are incomplete ones. The answers above should stay on the list, to be sure. But sometimes – heck, even once – I’d like to some different answers.