From Southland Christian Church in Lexington, KY.

Description: Six messages.
Angry Birds: How we handle conflict is connected to how healthy or unhealthy our hearts are. Jesus says forgiveness is the key to overcoming a quick fuse – receiving it and giving it away.
Balderdash: Honesty is a dying character quality. White lies, half-truths, and bold face lies seem to be the new standard and widely accepted by society.
Temple Run: Religious people feel a need to prove they are religious. Most of their actions are motivated by recognition or reward. As followers of Jesus, everything we do for God and for others is motivated by gratitude and love.
Monopoly: Materialism is a form of idolatry. It promises to deliver something it can’t: happiness. What it delivers instead is greed and disillusionment.
Call of Duty: The Father wants us to trust Him for our daily care. He wants us to be dependent on Him. When we put our faith in our own or someone else’s ability to provide, we deceive ourselves from the only thing that can meet our greatest need.
Operation: A lot of Christians need more than spiritual Visine to deal with how they see other people. We are commanded to see people the way God does, and that is through a beautiful lens of love.