Identity in Christ

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Todd White - Identity in Christ

This channel was created to root people in identity and relationship with their Father and to demonstrate the supernatural power of the Holy Spirit that's in EVERY believer!

Eden, 6 years old, interpreting a word of tongues

Testimony - Eden, 6 years old, received the gift of interpreting in tongues and God demonstrated her gift at Living Grace, Toowoomba on Sunday 14 June 2015. This was beautiful, adventurous, fun and healing. Spiritual gifts don't have to be spooky :-)

Who am I? || David Bowden || Spoken Word

Who am I? What am I doing here? What is my identity? What is my purpose? These questions are asked by nearly every living person. How we answer them will make a life-changing impact on how we see our world and how we live our life. Support our Gospel mission on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/davidbowden Poem written and performed by David Bowden. http://www.dbpoetry.com Copyright Evangelical Free Church of America 2016 Produced for Challenge Conference. Visit http://www.challengeconference.org/

The Most Beautiful Thing (Short Film)

Check out Cameron's NEWEST Feature Length Murder Mystery Comedy, "Death by Potato" now on Amazon! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MG2FG5T/ref=sr_1_sc_1?s=instant%20-video&ie=UTF8&qid=1477073966&%20sr=1-1-spell&keywords=Death+%20By+Potao Winner of the LACHSA 2012 Moon Dance Best Film Award, and Best Actor Award. Written, directed and edited by Cameron Covell, this short film, starring Nick Lopez and Analisa Gutierrez, is a love story between two unlikely people. Also with Cameron Herbst, Madison Kirkpatrick, and Tim Wagner. Shot on the Canon 60d. Edited in Final Cut Pro 6.

Our Identity in Christ

Do you live in fear of being judged by others? Brandon Hatmaker discusses finding his identity in Christ and learning more about unconditional love through fatherhood. English Transcript: I didn't get my first tattoo until I was in my early 30s and a lot of my life, um, even as a pastor, I lived, um, with a fear of others and not being accepted or like, uh, an outcast or I, I honestly lived in fear of being judged by other people, especially within the church. But I went through this season in my life where I think maybe for the first time I began to understand what it meant to find your identity in Christ. And the more I pressed into that, the more permission I gained to be me and I've never, I've never been more me than I am today. I've never been more me than I am in Christ, and I feel it gives me that permission to be an expression of, of my, of my journey, of my stories. One of my tattoos on this arm— I have three roses which, um, represent youthful innocence in the tattoo world, which I have three children— biological children— and while I was waiting, that period when we knew we were going to adopt in Ethiopia, we were just waiting to bring them home, I had the two rosebuds put on, as I was thinking about them and, uh, who they were to me in, in my life. I have "beloved" on this side with my kids' names on them just to re— remind me about just family, love, mercy, grace. I have never learned more about God and his love for me than I have, um, than from being a father and looking at my own kids. But it's funny that I've learned more about myself by looking at my adopted kids, as I look at their unreasonable fear and distrust of me and wondering, "Do they— does he really love me? Does he really care, uh, if I do this? Is he still going to love me? Is he still going to welcome me into my family? What does, what does— how do I have to perform?" And I've realized that no matter how safe God says I am with him, and, uh, I still in my nature, I want to question, I want to wonder, and I want to struggle with that. So it's a reminder to me that, um, just as no matter what my kids could ever do, they didn't do anything to earn my love. They could never do anything to lose it. Um, those kinds of reminders now I have forever. Spanish Transcript: No me hice mi primer tatuaje sino hasta que cumplí mis treinta años. Y gran parte de mi vida, incluso como pastor viví... con miedo a los demás y a no ser aceptado o como un marginado o... Honestamente he vivido con el temor de ser juzgado por otras personas, especialmente dentro de la iglesia. Pero pasé por esta temporada en mi vida en la cual — creo que talvez por primera vez — empecé a entender lo que significaba encontrar tu identidad en Cristo. Y entre más presionaba en eso, más permiso ganaba para ser yo mismo. Y nunca he sido más yo de lo que soy hoy en día. Nunca he sido más yo de lo que soy en Cristo, y siento que me da que el permiso para ser una expresión de mi camino, de mis historias. Uno de mis tatuajes en este brazo—tengo 3 rosas que representan la inocencia juvenil en el mundo del tatuaje. De los cuales, tengo tres hijos biológicos, y mientras esperaba ese período en el que sabíamos que íbamos a adoptar en Etiopía, estábamos esperando traerlos a casa, me hice los dos capullos mientras pensaba en ellos y quiénes eran ellos para mí, en mi vida. Tengo "Amado" en este lado con los nombres de mis hijos, sólo para recordarme sobre la familia, el amor, la misericordia, la gracia. Nunca aprendí más de Dios y su amor por mí de lo que he aprendido por ser padre y ver a mis propios hijos. Pero es curioso que he aprendido más de mí mismo al ver a mis hijos adoptados. Cuando veo su miedo irracional y desconfianza hacia mí preguntándose, ¿Realmente me ama? ¿Realmente le importa si hago esto? ¿Me seguirá amando? ¿Seguirá haciéndome parte de mi familia? ¿Qué tengo que hacer? Y me he dado cuenta de que no importa cuán seguro diga Dios que estoy con él, en mi naturaleza sigo queriendo cuestionar, preguntar, y luchar con eso por lo que es un recordatorio para mí que al igual que no importa lo que mis hijos puedan hacer, ellos no hicieron nada para ganar mi amor; no podrían hacer nada para perderlo. Ese tipo de recordatorios ahora los tengo para siempre.

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