Conversion – a Journey (1)

“For many people the best way to articulate their experiences of Christian faith is to speak of a journey. For instance, if you have ever taken a train journey between two countries, you know that you don’t always encounter border crossings. In fact, the first time I (Steve Chalke) approached a long awaited crossing it was a major anticlimax. When the train reached the border, it just kept going. There were no fences, no guards, no documents searched; the train didn’t even stop. Even the landscape looked the same. But the fact of the matter was, I was now in a different country.”
Steve Chalke: The Lost Message of Jesus

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