In Christ, we live in this world, but thankfully not of it. We go not by the opinions, descriptions and images of men about us that tend to imprison us. Instead, we believe in the truth that God’s definition of us is our powerful and dynamic provision that brings forth freedom.
Oppositions along the way are inevitable. What matters most is how to respond to them in ways not to bring division among ourselves, but to make us grow deeper in our relationship with God and to furnish an invitation for others to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, yet experientiable and explorable. We regard resistance as tools to hone and refine us into who God created us to be for all things work together for our good.Continue reading “My Story, My Song”