Not long after they began dating, Tiffany met Jason’s mother, Charlotte Bowen, a Southern Baptist International Mission Board missionary nurse who had to travel to Knoxville with a pastor who had been injured in an accident.“When I met with her face to face I was overwhelmed with how she was not like anyone I had ever met,” Tiffany said. She was not OK with me being an atheist, but the love she showed to me was no different than had I been a Christian.” The two women developed a relationship that continued after Charlotte Bowen returned to Africa.“He saw what was in my heart, not what I wanted people to see,” she said.Tiffany is more than willing to share her story anywhere, anytime.From this information, the team forms a picture of a slice in time.
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Via e-mail, Tiffany kept asking questions and Charlotte would answer them honestly, she recalled.
Tiffany noted that her future mother-in-law explained that “Jesus was alive and that was what made her different because she had a real, personal relationship with Him every day.” Though she was an atheist, Tiffany had Christian friends and had even attended church despite being raised in a home where going to church was discouraged. “I may have heard the same words from other people, but I never understood that Jesus was alive until I met someone like [my mother-in-law].
After attending the church for about a year Jason was asked to do pulpit supply at an inner city church.