Although we are all individuals & therefore somewhat different, God wants us to be together in everything that is really important. Let's examine the beginning of 1 Corinthians and the end of 2 Corinthians to see that the Apostle Paul clearly establishes this idea. and holds to it in these two Corinthian letters.
William (Skip) Miller grew up with a Roman Catholic upbringing, with Catechism classes in grammar school and Jesuit training in high school. These prepared Skip academically for life. But it was enjoying Reader’s Digest in the 1950s—encouraged by his mother—that set the tone for what life was all about. God’s Word—the Bible—is helping him continue that mission.