The more I came to understand different perspectives, the more I appreciated the centrality of the gospel as the basis for our unity
A gospel for the inglorious. That's what I needed. I had confused a glorious gospel with a gospel that brings glory.
Not every opportunity to share with kids—or adults—hits the sweet spot. But if our message is strong, sharp, thought-through and biblical; if our means is targeted, engaging, built to serve that message; and if our manner springs from who we are in Christ—Spirit-led, resonating gospel gravity, love, wonder, joy—well, we're sure to be giving it a red-hot crack.