In a world that is becoming increasingly driven by relativism, entertainment and nationalism, it is important for Christians to refresh ourselves in some distinctives of our beliefs and practices. But as important as it is to know what we believe, it is even more vital to know why we believe. In his contemporary classic, Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis introduces the possibility of meaning, along with the foundations of Christian faith and practice. This four-week series will springboard from the four sections of Lewis’ book (while the congregation is encouraged to read along).