|Journalist's Life Changed|
Lee Strobel was an atheistic journalist with the Chicago Tribune. When his wife became a Christian, he set out on a skeptical investigation of the Christian faith—but ended up becoming a Christian instead. God changed his life, as he wrote about in his book The Case for Easter:
Over time my character, values, attitude, priorities, worldview, philosophy, and relationships began to change—for the good.
So much so that a few months after I became a follower of Jesus, our five-year-old daughter, Alison—who had previously only known a father who had been profane, angry, verbally harsh, drunken, and all too often absent—walked up to my wife and said, "Mommy, I want God to do for me what he's done for Daddy."
In effect, she was saying, "If this is what God does to a human being, then that's what I want for me." Even at that early age, she experienced an authentic spiritual transformation that shines through her life to this day.
Reference: Lee Strobel, The Case for Easter (Zondervan, 1998, 2003), p. 89