This blog came out of from my experiences as a restaurant manager, owner, pipeline worker and author of two novels. My daily devotion to Christ serves as an umbrella managing life experiences with faith while keeping an open mind for God's plan for man.
As a visitor here, you are part of a fantastic community that seeks to step aside from Christian traditions while embracing a long overdue update to faith. This entails taking the limits off faith and using the Bible as a map for what God purposely omitted. Christ spoke publicly in parables. But, privately, Jesus elaborated on all matters. Salvation itself was not publicly written down. Peter had to be convinced in a dream to minister to and baptize Cornelius, the first gentile to be saved. The Bible is a map to what it doesn't record or its a hackneyed Bible. Hackneyed, in the sense that its commonly read for destination when its really optimized as a journal for daily living in faith in which the journey opens doors to the unseen and unimagined.
Thank you so much for being part of this community. There are plenty of ways that you can become more involved. Please take a moment to share this site on social media. Two new books that address what's next for faith in 2020 are in the editing process. One is fiction while the other is a more in-depth non fiction. In the interim, please consider reading the first two novels in Dan Frank's series featuring a family of billionaire duck hunters as the protagonist tries to save the family fortune and yet mine the wealth of those he loves. 1 Week and T. Wall are on Amazon.