Our Identity Spiritually
Our identity is important to us, financially, economically, socially, and spiritually. While we accept the significance of securing our identity financially, too often we fail to place equal emphasis on our identity spiritually. The Pew Research Center reveals that this nation is far less Christian today than it was a century ago. We are not saying the US is a Christian nation but many of its laws have Christian principles as their foundation. The center’s research shows that only 80 percent professing Christians believe in the Biblical God; whereas, 18 percent believe in some higher power. The research also states that there is a decline in those professing to be Christians.
Securing our spiritual identity encompasses all facets of life; therefore, our objective for this site is to focus on who we are in Christ.
Securing our spiritual identity encompasses all facets of life; therefore, our objective for this site is to focus on who we are in Christ. We will strive to explain what we are as children of God. Romans 6:6 (KJV) says, “Knowing this, that our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that henceforth we should not serve sin.” If the old man is dead, who or what is the new man? Our first attempt to address that question resulted in the book titled, “Am I a Sinner, Too.” However, we have learned some things since its publication and are working on a second book to be more definitive in our answer. We encourage you to check out the blog posts and offer your comments and questions, as that will help us in our growth.