Get in touch with your God-based identity
As humans, it is inherent in us to refuse to suffer. We don’t like making sacrifices but the reality is, life is not a bed of roses. It is easy for us to question God when things become too heavy to bear than to trust His purposes and plans for us.
What we don’t realize and we forget almost all the time is who we are according to God. We are fearfully and wonderfully made by Him that’s why He knows that we can overcome our difficult situations. Our limited understanding of the world around us leads us to believe in who we think we are based on how people see us thereby becoming weak in face of trials. God promises better things if we only learn to trust in His plans and get in touch with who we truly are according to Him. He wants to remove that which is not true in our identity and establish the nature of Christ within us.
I invite you to stay and listen to this amazing podcast as Luke shares his cross and know why he considers an awful time in his life as the most wonderful season too.
What You Will Learn:
- The importance of knowing your God-based identity
- Reflecting on Christ’s suffering and your own
- The purpose of our difficult circumstances
- The transformational effect of getting in touch with your core
- Trusting in God’s purposes and plans
- Luke’s book: Reclaiming Your Core: Restoring the Foundations of Faith
- Luke’s website: Kingdom Business Association
- Luke’s Facebook: @kbabiz
- Luke’s Twitter: @KBAtribe
- Luke’s YouTube: KBABIZ
- Luke’s LinkedIn: Luke Laffin, Kingdom Business Association
Luke Laffin is a leader in the Kingdom Business Association. He speaks internationally and he has written a number of missionary devotionals, Bible-based curriculum, articles, and blogs. He is a life coach and works a lot with leaders on how to navigate the pressures and challenges of marriage, family, and ministry. He has been a pastor and develops ministry teams. He published his first book, Reclaiming Your Core: Restoring the Foundations of Faith in 2016.
Luke is married and has five kids and six grandkids. He is currently living in South Carolina with his family.