It was common practice  at the end of an internal audit assignment, for the audit client  management (to whom we would have contributed in increasing organizational controls awareness and provided value added service to enhance existing controls ) , to invite the visiting audit team, to a farewell  and appreciation dinner.

It was at one of these appreciation dinners when a director asked what I thought of Christianity. He described how he had been schooled in the USA and had obtained his  Ph.D from a famous university there. He was a top socialite in the U.S.  having had high level influential dancing partners because he loved to dance and was then a multi-millionaire –  but there was a longing in his soul. He wanted to know about my experience as a Christian. He had many Christian friends in the USA and had attended church quite frequently while there, but never could believe what…

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