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A Stone
In most stories, when the hero dies, it’s over. In the Best Story Ever, the death of the hero is only the beginning.
A Tomb
In the movies, wars are won in under three hours. On television, crimes are solved in fifty minutes. In real life, we have to wait a lot longer for resolution. And waiting is hard.
A Cross
It’s okay if the hero in the story dies – if his death is glorious, noble and dignified. But what if his death was none of those things?
A Kiss
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
This week we discuss one of the most controversial issues in America – abortion. We’ll take a look at relevant scriptures, speak with a pediatrician and hear from the parents of a child with Down Syndrome.
Awkward, Accepted, Amazing
This is your past. This is your present. This is your future.
Awkward Conversation
We’ll do anything to avoid an awkward conversation. That’s part of the whole “safe-space” thing on university campuses these days. If we’re going to tell people the good news about Jesus, sooner or later we’re going to have bring up the “S” word: Sin. Then we can talk about the other “S” word: Salvation.
Awkward Love
Social media, among other things, has conditioned us to jettison uncomfortable relationships. You post something I don’t like, I unfriend you. Jesus calls us to something better. Harder, but better. Share everything. Put up with each other’s eccentricities. And if there is disagreement, talk it out, forgive and stay together.

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