All the world over, human imagination has long been stirred by stories of damsels in distress, brave heroes, and daring rescues that have awakened the slumbering, released the captive and restored the fallen. The myths, legends and super-hero tales of history reflect the deepest longings of the human heart. When author of Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien was once asked if Christianity were just another myth or fairy tale, the literary giant responded, "Yes, they are myths that really happened." The similarity of our favorite fairy tales to the gospel isn't evidence that the Christian story is an imaginary fable. It is proof that the Gospel must be true. As our thirst proves there must be water or hunger implies there must be bread, our yearning for a hero is evidence that a Savior lives. For six weeks, revel in the greatest fairy tale of all, the true Christian gospel, and discover what it really means to live happily ever after.