Over the years, I have been to several seminars in which the presenter has asked, “if you could do anything, what would you do?” I always roll my eyes and try so hard to engage in the process. It’s not that I find it hard to dream, it’s just that I know there are limits. No matter how much I would like to play on the PGA tour, the fact of the matter is, at 57 I am unlikely to drop the 20 strokes I would need to drop to win on the tour. There are limits. On the other hand, are the limits really what we assume they are? I hope you will join us this week as we consider the impossible dream of faith and the possible reality of resurrection.