A man from Charleston was "hiking the Appalachian Trail" and met quite a few people from Colorado. He thought this might not be a coincidence and decided to ask God why so many people from Colorado were there, and God apparently told him that he was sending him a sign telling him to go to Denver and work at Tim Tebow's charitable foundation; now that Tebow got drafted by the Denver Broncos. And so he went to Denver, gave a note to the first Bronco he saw, then stood outside waiting for Tebow; holding a bible verse for Tebow to see.
And no, I'm not making this up. I read it right here. Some guy actually believes that God altered the vacation plans of quite a few Coloradoans, just to send him a message. Sure, you'd think an omnipotent being could find some slightly more direct way of communicating, but I suppose if he really COULD do anything, it'd be just as easy for him to use these mind-manipulating bankshots, as it would be to pick up the phone and tell the guy what to do. That's what omnipotence is all about.
And seriously, this is a mental illness. This guy is absolutely bonkers if he thinks the reason all these Coloradoans were hiking the Appalachians was so that God could get this one guy's attention. After all, God apparently still had to tell this guy what to do, so it seems God could have just spared these people the hassle and just talked to the guy directly. And what, he's never heard of email?
Of course, I don't mean to disrespect all believers by mocking this guy, as I'm quite certain that this guy isn't representative of all Christians. But still, this guy's beliefs should give us all pause. After all, it's a fine line between believing the impossible and being stark raving crazy, making it especially important to stay diligent. When it comes to the supernatural, even the impossible is possible. But as we've witnessed in others, it's all too easy to find supernatural explanations to ultra-natural events.
As a side note: The oddest part here is how the reporter could report this news, without trying to warn everyone. When someone's willing to move cross-country because a supernatural being told them to be close to someone else, it's probably not a good thing. I don't see this ending well.