Everything changed when I met Him

My story began as a broken and insecure teen/young adult striving for love and acceptance. For me, faith was about an obligation and had nothing to do with a relationship (don’t get me wrong, I didn’t smoke crack).

I went to mass on some Sundays, but honestly my life looked nothing different than the world. Something happened when I was 19. Something incredible.

I met Him.

I met a Lover who called me. He called me “good” while I was still immersed in my brokenness and weakness. He invited me on a journey of a life surrendered totally to Him.

When I found Christ, I found myself.

What does it mean to Be His?

Like my story, all of our stories begin with an invitation – an invitation to a radical life given totally to Christ. A radical life lived for anything other than “self” is hard for many to grasp. Why? Because we live in a world with an identity crisis – we don’t know who we are or whose we are.

Your identity in Christ is the foundation for the Christian life, an entrance into the story of a God who seeks His beloved even to the point of death.

Do you know that Love?

Do you know that Person?

Have you given your life to Him?

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As an evangelist — someone who wants to awaken the church and bring revival — I have stood in front of 100,000 adults and youth pointed them to the One, the only One, who could ever truly tell them who they are and whose they are. 

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We have an identity crisis in the church;
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