My Why

I knew that my faith wasn’t blind, empty, or illogical contrary to what many skeptics believed about Christianity.  My beliefs were based on historical facts, grounded in truth, but rooted in love.  I had come face to face with my why. 

An Excerpt from D. Rountree’s blog post, “My Why”

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