It's a moment not often talked about. The man who preached the coming of a Savior with contagious conviction and unflinching passion, the same man who baptized that Savior, later finds himself locked in a prison and sends a simple message nobody would have ever expected: "Are you really the One?" It's shocking if it weren't also relatable. John the Baptist's story and stumble from faith mirrors many of our own. Join us as we dive into this one story in order to introduce a new series and open up a dialogue for the next year. Drew Sokol will deliver the talk.
The artist for this evening is Nate Miller.
Nate is an independent vocalist and songwriter originally from the Washington, DC area now living in Los Angeles, CA. He has been playing music since the mid-90s, for the first 15 years in a band called Nate & James which released two albums, Nate & James self-titled (2000) and The In Between Time (2003). He moved to Los Angeles in 2009 where he eventually made his first and only independent album, Fall Is Meant for Falling to the Ground which was released in 2012.