Who is God? What does He want? Where do I fit in the story He is telling? When will it all come together? How can I connect with Him? Why does it matter? The questions we ask will determine the answers we get. “Who can I walk with?” and “What must I believe?” are two very different questions. How can we love God with all of our being if we have not first heard how He loves us with all of His? How can we hear God when everything we hear is filtered through a tangled web of our own experiences and desires and the stuff other people have told us to believe? So many people are trying to sort out theology (how to think about God) and life (how to love God) without actually hearing God. He is always speaking but we are not always hearing. The devotional essays in this book come out of more than a decade of trying change the question from “what must I believe?” to “who can I walk with?”. They are written to help you to see differently, to think differently, and ultimately, to hear.