Who we want to be is really rooted in a desire to be a part of something bigger than just ourselves. And this need to belong can often result in an us vs. them mentality. And, for the reality is people usually reject the claims of Jesus because of the actions of those who say they follow him. But what if we flipped the script? What about if we decided to be known for what we are FOR rather than what we are against? Truly, the only person who can change that is WE.
When we were younger, we had dreams… big dreams… to have the ultimate career. A firefighter, an astronaut, a pizza cook… But then grew up and the bills grew. Who we wanted to be and who we are now don’t necessarily line up. So what’s the purpose of work? How do we be who we want to be where God has us now? Watch or listen to find out more.
We know… Happy relationships create a happy life. The problem is… being around people is hard. In part 2, we’ll take a closer look at the root of every relationship problem (whoa), and why there’s a gap between who we want to be and who we are in our relationships.
We all want to be something. Usually someone more. We want to be better people. But, there’s a gap between who we want to be and who we are. Why? Why can’t we really be who we want to be? In part 1 of the series, we pose our answer to this age-old question, and what you can do about it.
Nobody says, “When I grow up I just want to go through the motions and get through each day.” Yet, as the years go on and life happens, many of us end up ‘existing.’ Being an adult can be hard, but we can also do better! We can be successful and actually enjoy #adulting. Let’s discover how following Jesus can make our lives better and make us better at life.