A Nebraska man is honoring his dad who passed away from cancer by trying to set a world record by visiting every National Park Service site in the country and hopes to become a role model for LGBT Christians.
Mikah Meyer has been on the road for 14 months and so far he has been to 181 of 417 National Park Service Sites. He recently stopped by Craters of the Moon National Monument and other Idaho natural wonders. He hopes to encourage others to get outside and be true to who they really are.
"It's been really important for me to share my story with the world so kids like me in Nebraska where I'm from or here in Idaho can know that God loves them and they are welcomed as who they are and they can be gay and Christian," said Mikah Meyer.
From Idaho, Mikah is headed up to Washington and Oregon. To support is the journey and learn more click here.