I don’t know about you but I was brought up in a flavour of Christianity that didn’t celebrate who we were as God’s children.
Rather we put ourselves down, called ourselves sinners – would even say things like “I’m just a worm in God’s sight.”
This to me is crazy, I mean we are made in God’s image and likeness – so how do we think talking poorly of ourselves in anyway glorifies Him?
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I’m going to be in New England from the 4th-13th of April – in fact I’ll be on a plane as this post goes live! I’ll be in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and New York over the next 10 days so hopefully I’ll be somewhere near you!
I’ll also be back in England in Norwich and London in May.
If you want to find out more about this trip and other trips I have scheduled for later in the year you head over to my itinerary
If you are in one of the areas I’ll be visiting this year and would like to host a meeting please do send me an email and we can discuss the possibilities of this. I’ve also got a couple spots open towards the end of 2014 for completely separate trips if you would like to host me.
Discovering God’s Image & Likeness
In this week’s podcast we discuss
1) We are God’s image and likeness
2) God knew He would become a man before He made man
3) God has forever become a man in the person of Jesus
4) Man-kind is not incompatible with God
5) What kind of children glorify their parents
6) And much, much more…
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Intro/Extro Music used with permission from St. Theodore