Netlifx’s biographical drama, Come Sunday, is a masterful work depicting the life and times of the mainline denominational protestant Church...when the voice of one challenges the accepted beliefs of the many. Bishop Carlton Pearson was considered a heretic by the Church of God in Christ for stating, in a matter of many more words, that hell doesn’t exist. The church he led averaged 2,500 in attendance, brought in more than $35,000 every sunday...until hell left the building. Now, Bishop Pearson is preaching to one of the largest Unitarian churches in the nation. Similarly, Rob Bell, one-time leader of Mars Hill Bible Church in Grandville, Michigan, also received the pressure to leave after his publication of Love Wins in 2011. That book had a similar message. So what does it mean, then, to abide in Jesus? If Jesus is the true vine, what vineyard are we in as Christians? These may seem like easy questions to answer, yet the complexities of individual’s answers can make bodies in pews disappear faster than snack food at a diet convention.