In the shelter of my formative years I was taught about God and, like everyone around me, I lived under the assumption that he was real. As I grew older I saw no tangible evidence of his existence and the very concept of God faded deeper into the background of my mind. By the time I entered high school, I had become convinced that having religion or believing in God was equivalent to choosing a hobby; something in which to involve yourself to pass the time. By my first semester in college, I disavowed God altogether and considered myself to be an atheist. We all share a common fact that life is indeed a journey, the quality of which rests upon individual choices made along the way. Whether seeking an education, career path or raising a family, the most foundational aspect of our journey upon which our lives hinge is the search for truth. Our culture has rendered truth to seem completely subjective and fluid. Is there such a thing as objective, universal truth at all? I invite you to join me to find the answer to this vital question as I share my experiences with you. I have found that there is a vast difference between "a" truth and "THE" truth. That difference has impacted me immeasurably and enabled me to live a caliber of life I never thought possible.