Brian Bosscher, pastor of Hillcrest Church, Hudsonville, Michigan: "Bruce Leiter has traveled a unique path from the Lord. His biblical and pastoral insights, gleaned from a life of study, pain, searching, and serving have the potential to help a wide variety of people on their quest to truly know God intimately. His passion for helping others know the God of the Scriptures burns brightly, and his teachings will open up the mind of his readers to the truth-no doubt!" Do you want to read a dramatic, sad, and funny story about a journey between a Christian (the author/narrator) and two fictional non-Christians, whose friendship grows in spite of their differences? Do you want a book to give to a wanderer from Christian beliefs or the church? Do you want information about why Christians believe what they believe? Do you want to decrease your doubts and increase your faith in the God of the Bible? Are you interested in discovering a way to do friendship outreach? Do you want to understand better how God works in Christians' lives? Do you want a good book with discussion questions included for a Bible-study group? If you answered any of the above questions with a "yes," then you're invited to read this book and give it to a friend or family member. Bruce Leiter was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He was christened a Methodist but grew up unwillingly attending a community church that did not preach the Bible. God rescued him at sixteen years old in a Baptist church and gave him a call to the ministry. After attending a cult for a while, he studied at Calvin College. During that time he joined the Christian Reformed Church because of their biblical beliefs but decided to go into English teaching. He taught English for eight years with an English Master's and was a sales manager for three years. During his last year as a teacher, his second son died from leukemia. God used that life-changing event to send Bruce back to school to be a pastor. He served seven churches in twenty-seven years and has now retired to write Christian books.