My Journey to Jesus
The first question anyone reading this new blog, or the book it will eventually lead to, will ask, will be why they should bother. Why should anyone care about my story? I ask myself that. I admit – parts of the story are funny, and other parts are interesting. I’m also a pretty good storyteller. At the same time, all stories have funny parts and interesting parts, and there are many good storytellers. So why should anyone care about my story? I’m not a minister. I have no degree in theology, and in fact, everything I know (or think I know) about theology comes from reading the Bible.
The truth is that I lived this story, and as a result, there is absolutely nothing abnormal or compelling about it at all, at least to me, and yet every single time how I became a Christian comes up in conversation, I am told I should write a book, so my story appears to be compelling to other people. When you are told once to write a book, it is easy to blow it off. When you are told twice, you still might blow it off. When you are told every time a certain subject comes up that you need to write a book, eventually you decide to do so, and so here I am – telling my story in a blog, eventually to cull from the blog material to write a book.
I can’t give my entire story all in one entry, so I’ll start at the beginning – how I found (or perhaps was found by) Christ…
Wallace Garneau is a two-service military veteran, with four years in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, and four years in the US Army. He has twenty-three years of experience in process improvement roles, having served as the E-Commerce Manager, IT Manager, and Director of Business Systems for a variety of medium to large manufacturing companies. Wallace holds a Bachelors of Science from the University of Phoenix, and an MBA in Lean Manufacturing from the University of Michigan. Wallace is currently finishing a Masters of Science in Lean Manufacturing, at Kettering University. Wallace is a published poet and essayist, and recently finished his first book – The Way Forward: Lean Leadership and Systems Thinking for Large and Small Businesses.
It’s best to start at the first post, go to the bottom of the feed on this page for the first chapter or click here: My Discovery at Four-Years-Old; Jesus Christ Did Not Have a Middle Name.
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