Everyone loves a great story. Movies. Books. Theater. Back in high school, we learned how to break a story apart, deconstruct it, and view each part separate from the whole. All stories have literary elements associated with them: setting, plot, conflict, climax, and resolution.
Everyone has a story. Everyone has moments of joy and moments of pain. There are moments of incredible success and moments of deep brokenness. At some point we must determine: will our story be the culmination of our own efforts, actions, and mistakes, or become a part of the Greatest Story? Our stories can be rewritten.