Hi! I'm Chris.

Hi, I'm Chris, and I grew up in an evangelical church.  That means we talked a whole lot about evangelism, but very seldom, if ever, did any evangelism.  Oh, sure, there was the occasional weird kid who had no qualms talking to people about absolutely anything - but we weren't entirely convinced he wasn't driving more people away than bringing people in.  This is what we told ourselves, at any rate. So we were totally happy to do some evangelism just any old time, provided we knew it was going to turn out all right, and also provided there was no risk whatsoever of embarrassment or confrontation or any discomfort whatsoever, and also provided MythBusters was not on.

Thus, even though I am from an evangelical background and still consider myself somehow evangelical (I think?), my principal contribution to the world of spreading the Gospel has largely, even until this day, consisted of feeling extra guilty and uncomfortable in social situations.

 It sort of looks like he's about to have a bodily function, doesn't it?

It sort of looks like he's about to have a bodily function, doesn't it?

It's nice to meet you, too.