The problem originated in the Garden, and it started with the most destructive of lies: God doesn’t really love you. You’re not good enough. You’re not worth knowing. The lie crept into minds and hearts.
When we believe the lie, the effect is crippling. In our best efforts to conceal the worst parts of ourselves, we hide. We hide from ourselves, from others, and from God. The trouble with hiding, though, is that it doesn’t work. God, in His infinite love and grace, is not so willing to let us go. In fact, He never stops seeking us, even in the darkest of places.
What if we were to step into the light and discover the freedom that comes from knowing God, being known by God, knowing yourself, and being known by others?
Don’t believe the lie. Choose to be known.
Join us for Known, a new series from Guest Teacher Zach Van Dyke, June 20th through July 7th.