Conversation 6: Reclaimed ID
October 21, 2018 • Rev. Monty C. Wright
Reclaimed ID is the sixth Sunday conversation in the Identity Theft series. The important takeaway from this message is how we are radically loved by God as His children, and when we live out that we were designed for this, it not only affects our behavior, it also impacts those around us. To hear more, listen to conversation 6: Reclaimed ID.
Conversation 5: Careers
October 14, 2018 • Dan Litzenberg
The Identity Theft series speaks to the ways in which our identities have been hacked by culture, including how we view our careers. Guest speaker Dan Litzenberg, a Bible Institute of Seattle (BIOS) faculty member, asked the question, “What is the point of work?” We are products of the Lord’s creativity, yet all too often we forget this and focus on secondary identities like our jobs, and forget how we are called to be life-giving. To hear more about this calling, listen to conversation 5, Careers.
Conversation 4: Social ID
October 7, 2018 • Rev. Monty C. Wright
Social ID is the fourth Sunday conversation in the Identity Theft series. In this session, Pastor Monty points out how we are training ourselves by what we are perceiving through others about our identity. Knowing that our identity is so easily influenced this way, the key takeaway how we should respond to our primary identity through the Lord. To hear more, listen to conversation four, Social ID.
Conversation 3: Family ID
September 30, 2018 • Rev. Monty C. Wright
Family ID is the third Sunday conversation in the Identity Crisis series. All too often we let secondary labels from our past haunt us with our identity, which plays out in our behavior. Pastor Monty reminds us the Lord desires that we embrace the freedom of our identity in Him, and He has given us a new family in the Church that He uses to encourage this freedom. To hear more about this freedom that He abundantly gives, listen to conversation 3, Family ID.
Conversation 2: God Then Country
September 23, 2018 • Rev. Monty C. Wright
God Then Country, is the second Sunday conversation in the Identity Theft Series. This series follows the New Testament letter to the Ephesians, where the Apostle Paul is guiding them through their own identity theft problem. He reminds them in Ephesians chapter 1 that they had been chosen, adopted, redeemed, marked, and purchased in Christ to live differently. The same applies to us today. To hear more, listen to conversation two, God Then Country.
Conversation 1: You've Been Hacked
September 16, 2018 • Rev. Monty C. Wright
Has your identity ever been hacked? The new series speaks to how our identity has been taken, and it’s important to recognize that our identity determines our behavior. Pastor Monty said that when our primary focus is on our secondary identities, we miss out on all that God us to have in Him. To hear more, listen to conversation one, You’ve Been Hacked.