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Who was Jesus?

There have been no shortage of opinions offered, books written, responses given to this question. Some worshiped Him as God. Others thought Him a criminal. Controversy followed Him throughout His life, and has continued 2,000 years after His death.

A few decades after the events of Jesus’ life on earth, a man named Luke wrote a detailed account for a friend–rediscovering Jesus. He asked questions of eyewitnesses, he listened to Jesus’ enemies, and worked hard to give an account of just who Jesus really was.

Luke was convinced Jesus had good news for us. Life changing news. Rest for the anxious. Healing for the broken. Freedom for the trapped. He wrote about Jesus, so that we could rediscover Jesus too.

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Tom Nelson - March 24, 2019

04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

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How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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Tom Nelson - March 24, 2019

04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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Tom Nelson - March 24, 2019

04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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Tom Nelson - March 24, 2019

04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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Tom Nelson - March 24, 2019

04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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Tom Nelson - March 24, 2019

04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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Tom Nelson - March 24, 2019

04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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Tom Nelson - March 24, 2019

04 Be Fruitful and Multiply

Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus

Genesis 1:28, 2:5-15

From Series: "Genesis: In the Beginning - Leawood Campus"

How did we get here? More than just a question of origins, this is an inquiry into the meaning of life, the purpose of humanity, the problems of the world, and the direction of history. While humanity has put forth many attempts to answer these questions, it is clear that a pervasive confusion still remains in our search for who and why we are. Perhaps our confusion is a result of starting from the wrong place. We are tempted to find the answer within ourselves. But what if the answer was never meant to start with us? What if, instead, the better answer starts somewhere else or with Someone else? Join us this spring as we look back at the timeless book of Genesis in order to live forward in our cultural moment. And as we do, may we discover who we’re meant to be by encountering the One who has always been.

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