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Identity issues

Welcome to the profound exploration of who we are: identity.

Here we dive into identity issues: the core of who we are vs. who society says we are. In a world filled with numerous influences vying for a claim on our identity, these blogs assert a singular focus: finding our identity in Jesus Christ. Amidst the clamor of expectations, career pursuits, and personal achievements, we often seek validation and worth in external factors. The workplace, hobbies, friendships—all become arenas where we strive to prove our worth. Therefore we attribute our identity to the success or failure of these endeavors. However, identity boldly declares the Church should be at the forefront of understanding and teaching about identity. Our true worth, the essence of who we are, should find its anchor in Jesus Christ alone. However, this perspective challenges the cultural narrative that ties identity to external accomplishments and societal standards. In the pursuit of discovering our true identity, these blogs advocate turning to Scripture. After all, it is the unerring and timeless Word of God. Scripture unveils the profound truth about our identity as beloved children of God, fearfully and wonderfully made in His image. It provides the foundational truth upon which our self-worth and identity should rest. “Identity” is not just a blog category; it’s a call to recalibrate our understanding of self in alignment with God’s perspective. By centering our identity in Jesus Christ, we unlock a transformative journey of self-discovery and acceptance. It’s an invitation to liberate ourselves from the shackles of worldly expectations and find true freedom in the identity bestowed upon us by our Creator.  
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