We’re kicking off a new series this Sunday called FAKE I.D. It’s an age-old problem, one that begins to plague us around the time of adolescence hits and, if we aren’t careful, follows us the rest of our lives. It is the question of who we are–what makes up our identity, what defines us, what makes us.
Imagine if, instead of wrestling with these questions in the complexity of adulthood, we started to tackle them in formative teenage years? What if we took a good, hard look at some of the foundational questions during the years that shape us more than any others? Who am I? Where do I belong? What is my purpose?