Hill to Die On: Part 1 – Religion Around a Rock

A Hill to Die On is used to refer to an issue or belief held to be so important that it is worth fighting for at all costs. Most Christians are known for what their against, not what they’re for and they seem to fight about almost everything. To most Christians, they have hundreds—if not thousands—of hills they would die on. But if everything is important, then nothing is important.

BIG IDEA: Whatever you put at the core of your beliefs—include love.


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