Identity | Natalie Gaines | Ep. 130

Sep 30, 2020

Who are we really and who do we believe ourselves to be? Do we need to go “find ourselves” or “recover our lost self” or “uncover our core self” or travel “the road back to you?” There are SO MANY messages coming at us left and right, front and back, every day. How do you know who you are and if you’re really even yourself? It’s exhausting to consider, isn’t it?

These are the questions we are examining today from both a biblical and secular worldview. Our identity is central and foundational to how we live. It’s also something God has a lot to say about – especially after He makes us new creations and we are made alive in Christ.

Natalie Gaines and I (@stopandconsider) discuss and it’s so rich and full of encouragement.

 

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