Imagine driving through an American city with a church building on the corners of the streets every few blocks. There is a Chic-Fil-A down the road providing employment for the many church-goers in the area, many of whom are also homeschooled. The economy is strong and family values are respected. You might imagine that you were driving through the Bible belt, with the one difference being that the churches on the corners are not Baptist, Presbyterian, or Pentecostal, but Mormon, “The church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints”. That is what it is like driving through Salt Lake City, Utah. In this week’s Podcast, join Susie and I and our family as we travel through the Great Northwest and reflect on our brief stay in the Salt Lake City area. We will be pondering the differences between the Mormon culture and the culture of the Bible belt or Christian culture in general. What is the difference? Are Mormon’s Christians? What makes someone a Christian? What makes someone a good person? What is the Gospel? We will be addressing these rather significant questions in this 2nd “secret” podcast from our We Will Not Fear tour. We will also be giving you an update on the financial journey of faith we took as our resources continued to dwindle as we headed West. Don’t forget to like, comment, and share with a friend! And while sharing, be sure to leave us a note about how this podcast is effecting you or how it could be improved. Thanks for listening!