I am Second?
I am still trying to figure these guys out. Intriguingly, this isn’t a silly evangelical ploy to evacuate souls from the world of evil but a stream of story-telling that seeks to narrate the renewal of souls who have discovered how to live out their creative purpose in this wonderful world. It seems that purpose is consistently connected to God, but not in some narrow, culture-hating sense.
So, Jason Castro isn’t second because he thinks evangelism is first. He hasn’t thrown out the guitar and thrown in his soul for revival tours. Being second doesn’t mean spiritual first, culture second. Rather, being second sees the creation and culture Maker as first, making second place a win. L.A. Times picks up Castro’s story here. The I Am Second group has started a blog to faciliate deeper conversation about what it means to be second.