Tag: identity

  • Who are You?

    Whether it is our job, school, or even in church; we are all familiar with working hard in order to receive approval. This is the way life works, but grace and Christianity are meant to be different. “God pronounces believers righteous at the beginning of the course, not the end of it…it cannot be on […]

  • How Powerful is the Enemy?

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    Just how powerful is the Enemy? How do believers fight the works of Satan? The most important thing that the Bible tells us about Satan is that He is defeated. Jesus, after sending the seventy out to do the work of the kingdom, says “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.” (Luke 10:18) The […]

  • Crime Does Pay: 3 Lessons from a Crook

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    All good stories end with the bad guy getting what he deserves. Jesus tells a story about a crook, but this one has a twist. Friday, I posted on Tony Alicea’s Blog. The article was showing how through adoption, our story is no longer our identity. If you missed it, go have a look HERE.  […]

  • Our Story Is Not Our Identity

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    A few years ago, our family completed a journey to adopt and immigrate our son from South Africa. This process took over four years and included custody, name changes, countless documents, and finally culminated in him receiving his US citizenship and passport. My son’s identity has changed. He has a new name, a new country, […]