In a book full of Biblical heroes like Noah, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, more space is given to Joseph (the son of Jacob) than any other character, with the possible exception of Abraham. Sold into slavery by his brothers, endured solicitations to sin, wrongfully accused and imprisoned, Joseph rose to the second highest position in the most powerful country in the world at that time. How does a man like this come about? They don't just happen. Their character is built brick by brick. This series will explore who and what influenced Joseph to be the man he became and encourage us to consider who and what is building our own character.