We've looked at the lives of Adam and Eve the past two weeks - how God created them in His own image and how that image was cracked and broken by sin. This week, we trace the story of Adam and Eve's descendants and we begin to see the consequences of their broken images of God, themselves, and each other. The story turns dark; violence and evil spreads through the world to the extent that God actually regrets His good work of creation. But there is always hope in the midst of our darkness. This time, hope is found in the person of Noah. Do we believe that one person can really make all that much difference in the world? What is the source of our hope? Is God present with us in the evil we experience? Through Noah, God reveals the wonderful truth about hope and how we can live in a world that is often turned against us.