Kairos wrecked me. I thought I had an open mind when I signed up for the course. I thought I had a clear idea of what being a Christian was all about having decades of lived experience and a graduate degree in theology. So why did this course wreck me? Maybe it was the experience of examining the Bible through the mission of God narrative. Maybe it was the experiential pieces that kept driving home the question, what is God saying to me and my community? In the end, the vision of Rev 7:9 became my end game, "there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb” (NIV). I loved how the course challenged me to look at all spheres of my life to see how I could be on mission with God to reach this end game—my work, family, friends, stage of life, money, time, prayer life, community involvement—and how profound it is to be on mission with God in welcoming, praying, going, supporting and/or mobilizing others. So, take the course if you think you know what this faith journey with Jesus is all about, but don’t be surprised if your worldview gets wrecked and rewritten along the way.