Doubt can be the purest form of belief.
Disbelief can be the surest path to our salvation.
Running from faith can be the most honest expression of running toward God.
No one ever told us this. So some of us stopped believing altogether.
Assuming there’s only one way to believe in God, or only one kind of God to believe in, some choose to live life after God.
But what if we were misled?
What if living life after a God we can’t believe in has freed us to live life in pursuit of a God we were never told about—One who cares less about what we believe, and more about how we’re doing, who we’re becoming, where we’re going, and what we’re giving our precious lives to?