In this episode, Bo Bennett interviews Horus Gilgamesh, author of the "Awkward Moments (not found in your average) Children's Bible" series.
From Horus’ website:
Horus was raised Catholic before being "born again" in college when he began following a calling toward full-time ministry. Early on, his efforts were focused on youth evangelism and Biblical literacy around the world. When he was on a missions trip to Africa, a fearless young boy approached, pleading, "Chakula? Maji?" - the Swahili words for “food” and "water." Unfortunately, Horus had no food or water to offer the poor child – only Bibles.
A few days later, Horus met a humanitarian relief worker from Spain who shared five simple words of wisdom that would change his life forever – "Empty stomachs have no ears." Horus realized that he was not meeting the very real needs of the people he was hoping to help – he was struggling to finding a purpose in his own life, as a self righteous servant of his Creator.
To many Chris