You know the sad thing? Dysfunction seems to be the norm in most families. I mean, most of us, when we were kids, we made vows: "Oh, I'm not going be like my parents. Oh, I'll do things differently" Dysfunctional families are everywhere. Everyone has some sort of family dysfunction. No one believes the cover images of perfect, smiling families. There's always something going on in the background, even if we can't see it and don't know what it is. What causes a dysfunctional family legacy? Where does it all start? And how do we function with the dysfunction? Find out from https:www.thecrossingchurch.comstaffpatrick-miller (Patrick) as he digs into https:www.biblegateway.compassage?search=2+Samuel+13&version=NIV (2 Samuel 13) to continue our series on https:www.thecrossingchurch.compodcast-seriesdavid-in-22-stories (David in 22). In this episode, we discuss the outcome of David's sins. Listen to https:podcasts.apple.comuspodcastthe-consequence-of-confronting-god-david-in-22-2-samuel-11id1477778533?i=1000459095422 (The Consequence of Confronting God) for more context. To learn more, visit our https:www.thecrossingchurch.com (website) and follow us on https:www.facebook.comTheCrossingCOMO (Facebook), https:www.facebook.comTheCrossingCOMO (Instagram), and https:twitter.comthecrossingcomo (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO. Your support makes TMBT possible. Ten Minute Bible Talks is a crowd-funded project. Join the TMBTeam to reach more people with the Bible. Give now.