In a world where identity can both feel ambiguous and necessary, it can be easier to define ourselves by what we are not rather than who we are. Join us as we dive into the topic of identity through four key paradigms that form our sense of identity.
- Who knows who I am? November 6 – We are constantly looking for validation in this world either out loud or within our souls crying out, “Someone, tell me who I am!” Even the most faithful Christ follower is sometimes asking this same question. The only place we get the answers is from the Creator Himself.
- The Attacks on Who I Am November 13 – Evil, the world, and our own brokenness constantly claw at our identity. All pulling us to create a foundation of self-image on everything but God. These schemes and patterns are nothing new. When in doubt we can trust who God says we are.
- What would Jesus do? November 20 – Jesus showed us a new way to be human. We are not slaves to sin, addictions, feelings, or the past. In Christ, we are new creations. Because He passed the ultimate test, you and I can have true life!
- Who will I be? November 27 – Because of Jesus, we can bring Heaven to Earth. And one day that process will be complete. There will be no more hurt, no more sickness, no more struggle, and no more death. In the ocean of temporal life, we have an eternal anchor in hope, and that is Jesus.