Johnny grew up in an Orthodox Jewish family. Early on he viewed the existence of God as a given, and although he had difficult time “talking to God,” he believed all men and women had a way to access God. As he grew up and got into advertising, Johnny began to drift away from any real notion of worship or religion. His life turned into one big party. A near fatal accident was his wake up call. Soon after, a friend gave him a Bible for his birthday. Johnny decided to read the New Testament. What he found there were the words of One who spoke and taught like no mere man could. He began studying both the Old and New Testaments and saw the links between Old Testament prophecies and Jesus of Nazareth. He learned that what he was taught about Jesus as a child was false. After a nearly three decades of cynicism and relativism, Johnny found the author of truth and his Messiah, Jesus.