Each week, millions of people attend local churches to sing hymns and hear a message. They seek information about theology, church history, and Christian living. Others stay at home and seek this knowledge and experience from their televisions or computers. No doubt information about these things is important, but it is even more important to know the truth. Jesus is the Truth, and we can come to know Him with our minds, love Him with our hearts, serve Him with our might, and fear Him as our God. In 'Confessions of a Pastor,' the lyrics to Thomas Benson Pollock's hymn, 'We Have Not Known Thee As We Ought,' are the foundation upon which Narayan Nair builds his challenge to Christians to recommit their allegiance to the Lord Jesus Christ and allow Him to lead us into a more intimate and reverent relationship.