thanks from a reader: you get me

I just finished reading A New Kind of Christianity last night. Thank you for writing it, and thank you for opening the doors and windows for so many of your writing, hoping, thinking friends to be introduced to the majority of the unaware, unknowing American public.
… I have listened to many of your lectures/sermons/talks and read many of your
blogs and comments on other’s books, etc, but this is the first book of yours that I have read and digested, spent some real time with. You get it. You get me. I’m 24, recently graduated, living in an intentional Christ-ian community … struggling through, living through the questions, and wrestling with the beautiful realities that the Kin(g)dom of God invites us into. I’m deeply aware that we are the generation and the next generation.
This multi-generational breathing and wave is essential, I think, to the prolific growth of the mustard seeds and yeast and child-like faith laughter. Your writing strikes deep chords in me, I know it’s a part of the Music of my (and our) journey…truly an adventure. From where I am, I join the wave, the movement, the Music. From where we are planted, we shall grow.