I was born and raised in Ukraine by parents who were atheists. Like most people in the Soviet Union, my parents believed that to be a person of faith was to be uneducated and narrow-minded. At the same time, my parents were decent and kind people and tried their best to teach me to live a moral life. While God wasn’t part of their teaching, I am very grateful for what they did pass on to me.
My journey to God began with a popular Latin American television series I began watching not long after the collapse of the Soviet...
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