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Real I.D., Week 1

We are kicking off a brand new series about identity and how that can be distorted when viewing it through the lens of the world. When we seek God and find our identity in Him, then we have a proper perspective on our own identity. Click the green tab below for discussion questions.

Real I.D., Week 2

Working back from Revelation 5, we see that ethnic diversity will be part of Heaven. There are results of the fall that aren’t inherently bad, like race. However, when our race becomes the primary label we define our identity by, we’ve perpetuated the distortion. How does the image of God shape our perspective of race and how do we celebrate race while digging deeper to define our real I.D.? Click the green tab below for discussion questions.

Real I.D., Week 3

We believe God calls us to strive for excellence. We seek to honor God in response to grace, not to earn it. Individually and corporately, God has given us abilities to influence the world for Christ and we seek to give him our very best. Click the green tab below for discussion questions.

Real I.D., Week 4

There are many thoughts today regarding the relationship between gender, sexuality, and our identity. What does God through his word have to say? This week we look at a biblical perspective of gender, sexuality, and identity to see God’s gracious heart in his design. Click the green tab below for discussion questions.

Real I.D., Week 5

Religion often gets a bad rap. Practices that lead us to God can be helpful but when those practices become an identity label, they become harmful. Because of our distorted identify, religion can become a practice by which we attempt to achieve God’s favor and fall into the comparison trap. How do we go beyond the religious label to ensure our identity is in the image of God and not in our attempt to prove our worth to God? Genesis 4 and James 1 give us a practical grid to sift our religiosity. Click the green tab below for discussion questions.