Becoming Who God Says You Are
The Army motto, "Be all that you can be" sounds great. But who am I, really? And who can I become? The One who created us in His image and works to redeem us knows us best. This unit calls us to attend to distortions in our views of God and ourselves that block His work. It explores a scriptural model of transformation, challenging us into rhythms of devotion and transparent community where transformation can happen. It offers hope of becoming all we were created to be.
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- Listen to Dr. Bekker's presentation below, following along on the PowerPoint/PDF.
- Use Neal's video comments (below) and "Doing the Stuff handout" to help you process further.
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The Imitation of Christ by Thomas á Kempis (1380-1471 AD)
Satisfy Your Soul by Bruce Demarest
Reaching Out by Henri Nouwen
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