Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg recently met with a group of pastors in Waco, Texas to understand more about how churches and faith communities find “deeper meaning” in an ever-changing world.
In a Facebook post, he explained: “I met with ministers in Waco who are helping their congregations find deeper meaning in a changing world … This trip has helped me understand just how important community is, and how we’re all just looking for something we can trust. We may come from different backgrounds, but we all want to find purpose and authenticity in something bigger than ourselves.”
This is all apart of Zuckerberg’s “Mark’s Year of Travel” campaign.
The FB creator recently announced he was no longer an atheist, but in fact sees religion as “very important”.