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Aug 27, 2019

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Sara interviews four 26-30-year-olds living in Louisville, Kentucky. They're seeking to follow Jesus every day and do it with intention, grace, and hospitality. They also have their fair share of conflict. It's not something they avoid. Instead, they embrace conflict and stumble through it with love. 

You'll hear why five adults decided to move into one house together, the challenges, conflict, and love that results. You'll also hear about tacos. Tacos that are "the worst tacos on the planet" or "the best tacos" - it just depends on the week. But really, it's not about the tacos. It's about creating a space for people to encounter the love of God.

If you've ever asked, "How do we get young people to stay connected to the church?" This episode is for you.

Or maybe you've said, "What are we going to do about the divisiveness going on around us?" This episode is for you.

Or maybe you've uttered the words, "I need to find some friends my age." Yes, you guessed it, this episode is for you.

Confession: I laughed, I cried, I celebrated and I gave God thanks for the faith of these young adults. If you're worried about the church, or our future, these four will give you hope and a refresher on the life and love of Jesus.

I'm still giving God thanks for the time we spent together via Zoom - and our conversation happened last week.