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Bryan Wilkerson

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What's Your Story?

The life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ is the world's greatest story—and it's entirely true.

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Introduction

I. The human story

II. The Jesus story

III. The results of Jesus' story

IV. The truth of Jesus' story

V. The power of Jesus' story

Conclusion

Bryan Wilkerson is pastor of Grace Chapel in Lexington, Massachusetts.

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Margaret Hall

March 17, 2013  1:30pm

Powerful. It draws us in through our absorption with our own story, and outlines Jesus' story very well. I thought the paragraph about what sin does particularly helpful, and was delighted to discern N.T. Wright's influence on Bryan.

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