"We all go six feet under...."

Wow. No wonder they vex A&E. These reality-based shows, for the most part are just repulsive, and I don't like to watch them. My daughter was cast in Amish Mafia as an extra, and she came home telling me some of the things the director and producers wanted her to do for a Rumspringa episode, and she wouldn't do it. (Although, in her teens, she might have.) One doesn't normally put Amish and pornography in the same sentence.
Kudos to Phil and family for keeping it real.

Posted by Jewel at February 27, 2014 10:10 PM

This viddie, I think, disproves that the message of salvation needs to be sold with fire and brimstone, as some individuals think, and desire a return to.

Posted by John Venlet at February 28, 2014 7:13 AM

I am Second was the brainchild of Norm Miller from Interstate Batteries. It's a very interesting and worthwhile pursuit from a man who has decided that the legacy he leaves behind will not be measured in dollars and sales, but in evangelism.

This has been his calling for years, most notably when The Passion of Christ came out and he donated the Interstate Batteries Nascar sponsorship for the week before the opening to help promote the movie. If you have any concept of the cost of a race sponsorship, you know just how large a donation that was to a cause he feels is beyond measure.

Posted by dan at February 28, 2014 7:20 AM

Love the I Am Second website, return to it regularly for updates. Some compelling testimonies there.

Posted by Will at February 28, 2014 12:09 PM