Christianity unconfined

In the hills overlooking the ancient town of Antioch, there’s a cave that’s said to have been a meeting place for early followers of Christ Jesus. In simple, unadorned caves such as this, Christians gathered to worship God, sing hymns, share ideas and experiences—to comfort, love, and encourage each other.

As our tour group approached the entrance to this historic place, we heard two voices singing in beautiful harmony. I didn’t understand the language, but I recognized the hymn as one I sang in a Protestant Sunday School—“Lord, I want to be a Christian in my heart.” Inside, we met two Christian missionaries from Korea on their way to Jerusalem.

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