Do you struggle with the notion of being "good" or at least "good enough"? What could "enough" even mean? And by who's standard? This question might be operative in your friendships, your intimate relationships, your family or employment, but ultimately it is a core theological question. Where does our "enough" come from? In October, we will be considering Jesus' final teachings and healings in Mark before the triumphal entry into Jerusalem, and thinking about Jesus' rebuke of the rich young man who referred to Jesus as "good Teacher". In Mark 10:18, "Jesus said to him, “Why do you call Me good? No one is good but God alone."" If Jesus Himself is not "good", how could we ever hope to be? What if we don't need to be "good/enough"? What will we be instead?