This week, we’re inviting you to share your stories—uncut and uncensored.
In these four thought-provoking sessions of this youth Bible study, students share the honest doubts and struggles they have about their own faith.
By giving Harris permission to share these stories, they are being licensed to him for use in whatever way he sees fit—in whole in or in part, censored or uncensored, in service of whatever conclusions he comes to about the impact of his work.
But the reality is that the impact of his work is not his to decide.
So we held a series of meetings in my house where people could gather together and tell their stories. But as I sat there listening I realized how different the experience of the average person could be.
As I listened to those stories I began to see a new side of church life. I heard how values could be applied in graceless ways.