This is Part One of the requested and promised report on this book. I hope you enjoy it!
According to BJ (short for Brent Jr.) Higgins love was a verb and he was correct. His sister Witney recalls in this book the time she had a heated argument with him over this. She couldn’t accept that she was wrong and insisted that love was simply an idea. He told her that “Faith and love are part of a lifestyle not a religion and it’s our job to show that to the world”. Love was what BJ lived and died for.
It is pointed out and shown in this book that BJ’s extended family was always very close. BJ had a very close relationship with his grandparents.
I think that one particular quote in the book from a school assignment on Goals that he completed shows the passion for sharing the love of Jesus with others that he had is: “More long term (among my goals), though, is that I hope to be an influencer at school, a light. If I help to show one person the way to God, if I can make one person question the meaning of life and find it, I will have fulfilled my goal and part of my purpose for living”.