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God deserves great children. The difference between being infamous and great begins with making good choices. Ten steps to making godly decisions. Accepting that no one does it perfect every time. Ten questions to consider on the Fame Or Greatness Checklist. What's the difference between spiritual greatness and holy humility and why should you care? Figuring out God's part and yours. Four things Jesus does for you. Lessons from Debbie's and Maria's story. Four reasons to want to achieve spiritual greatness. Suggestions included for digging deeper into Mark 15 and Mark 16. What new insights are you learning about following Jesus? Why do you think the crowd chose Barabbas over Jesus? Discerning the sometimes different roles of female and male followers of Jesus and what that means for you today. For individual or group study.

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