"I was doing things I shouldn’t have been doing and I was seeing the repercussions of my actions. It dwindled me. It made me feel really empty. I couldn’t make sense of much anymore and I felt as though I had a divine intercession or a spiritual awakening. I decided that what I had been ignoring all my life might actually be true because it would have prevented all these things that were happening to me. I don’t know. That’s weird phrasing. My family has been Adventist but I had to decide whether or not I believed the same. Something about the Sabbath spoke out to me, I think it seems kind of special. Honestly even today I’m praying that if I’m not where I need to be that God will lead me somewhere else, but He hasn’t done that. That’s enough for me. I trust and I love my family. I feel that they’re genuine Christians and that they aren’t cultists or anything of that nature. I think that they truly love and study the Bible, so if they tell me something that they genuinely believe to be the truth I’m going to be inclined to believe it as well. If I choose to, anyway."