Recently in his life, Kyle Dodig wasn’t religious.
He started to read the Bible and got interested in religion. He wanted to experience church.
So he’s visiting a different house of worship every week for a year:
“My goal is, ultimately, to find a church where I can go and where I can hear those stories in a way that touches me and affects me. So I guess you could say I’m sort of comparison shopping,” said Dodig, who works as a supervisor at the Monmouth County landfill.
I’m *so* suing.
We all know I have a clear monopoly on attending church.
There’s at least one major difference between us, though:
I’m still an atheist. My story has a happy ending 🙂
Now, a few months into his search, Dodig said he is leaning toward joining a Baptist church. He enjoys the messages offered during services, and he likes that worshippers are invited to open their Bibles and follow along.
(Thanks to Suzanne for the link!)