February will mark out two years together for us. Of course we both still regularly read this blog and still each have our copies of your book that brought us closer together and inspired us to go on our own church hopping excursion. We look forward to another year of making atheists and Christians drop their jaws as we introduce ourselves as a weird interfaith couple. AJ — You raise some good points.
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Pinterest Reza and Jessica with their children. Bucknell Jackley What about the kids? Our philosophy on this comes from something the Buddha said. To this point, we want to give our three young sons depth. We aim to give them the tools any believer needs to practice their faith, so we pray together, sing songs, meditate, read and reflect on sacred texts. We do this together at home and in churches and other places of worship, near and far. But depth is not the only goal we have for our children.