Who is behind FaithandDoubt.com?
Tim Filston has spent the last 20 years speaking and coaching, studying and eavesdropping. He has done time in the ivory tower and in the trenches, helping lead various organizations. But the more important features of his background have come through life’s interruptions–they can be great clarifiers of what matters most.
When he’s not on “an explore” with any of his four children, Tim may be found deep in the Smokies stalking trout, on a bike with fellow spandex warriors, or on a walk with his Sweetheart of 17 years.
Tim says –
We need to stay teachable all life long. But when someone makes it to adulthood without drawing at least a few conclusions, we don’t call it open-minded. We call it something far less admirable. The function of an open mind is to chomp down on something of substance–something nourishing to the human spirit. Blaise Pascal said that “The heart has its reasons of which reason knows nothing.” So an ancient invitation still stands today, and I offer it again to you: “Come, let us reason together.”