We would like to have a conversation with you about the most important person in all of history. But, we know that everyone comes from all different places and experiences.
You may be broken. Maybe you are embarrassed by things you have said or done that have hurt yourself or others. You think, "God couldn't...He wouldn't...He shouldn't care about me or listen to me."
You may be disappointed. Maybe you grew up in church, but now, too many "Christians" have disappointed you. They lied to you. They appeared good and proper on Sunday, but then lived a completely different way the rest of the week.
You may be skeptical. Your questions - honest questions - have never been dealt with seriously. You have heard so many reasons for why Christianity is not true, you wonder why there are even any followers of Jesus at all. So, you find yourself skeptical and very hesitant to trust any follower of Jesus.
We want you to feel at home here with your brokenness, disappointment and skepticism. We believe Jesus offers a better way to heal your brokenness, build back trust and address your questions. We also believe that the way of Jesus offers the best way to experience and know God.
Our starting point? Conversation. However, not everyone is ready for conversation, to dialogue with someone they may not know. So, we offer several "ramps" that are intended to be invitational and exploratory for you about Jesus. These ramps are under Starters and Encounters. God desires you to experience what it means to live well and to the fullest. Under Experience you may explore and practice the way of life Jesus invites you to. Take your time. We do not want you to feel pressured in any way. When you're ready, click on the Chats to connect with a live person who is a follower of Jesus and begin a conversation that may be life changing.
Become a site member and download the app (see below). This will allow you to share your thoughts on our A Million Conversations Blog page.
We invite to #seeJesusclearly.
A Desire to
Listen and ask questions.
Too often, we are too quick to speak. Our desire is to listen with the intent to hear the broken's heartache, the disappointed's frustration, and skeptic's doubt.
How do I start?
It's not easy to start a conversation, especially about Jesus. Most of the time, you don't have to dive right into asking the deep questions, simply start by getting to know someone.