Today, crosses are an important part of cultures around the world. We see them on the tops of buildings, we wear them as jewelry, and we celebrate them in art and fashion. So, how did the cross go from an unmistakable symbol of suffering and shame in the ancient world to a definitive symbol of hope and salvation in ours? In this message, Andy Stanley explores that question by examining Jesus' choice to die on a cross.
Mark 15:1-22; Philippians 2:8