not the way it's supposed to be
A series on sin, brokenness and redemption.
The series was inspired, in part, by C.S. Lewis' preface to his book Paradise Lost: “To admire Satan is to give one’s vote for a world of lies, propaganda, and incessant autobiography, yet the choice is possible. Hardly a day passes without some slight movement toward it in every one of us. Sin in each of us is something that wants just to be petted and admired, to take advantage of other lives. It especially wants to be left to itself. It wants to keep well away from anything better or stronger or higher than it, anything that would make it feel small, but unimpeded, sin would exploit the whole universe if it could.”