Last Sunday, Matt shared how society encourages us to “vet” people, places, and things to see if they are worth our commitment. What if, he posed, the act of commitment itself frees us from vetting and fosters a different kind of love – more costly, but more lasting. If you missed it, listen here. This Sunday, Josh continues our series with another obstacle to love: offense. In our lives and in society, we use offense – acts that frustrate, annoy, or make us downright angry – to break relationship and make commitment – the very mechanism for growing love – almost impossible. Josh will explore how a costly love is unoffendable and how growing a heart full of that kind of love overcomes even the greatest divisions.