Knowing My Identity from Youth Bible Study featuring Eric Mason – Bluefish TV
Brett gives a powerful and personal spoken word performance written from his own experience of not letting his appearance dictate his own identity but choosing to allow God to mold who he is.
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Identity – featuring teaching from Eric Mason
Who are you?
Our world values being unique. So much so, that we end up looking the same as we try to be different. But we aren’t a number. We aren’t our clothes, our relationships or our accomplishments. In Christ we are much more.
In these four thought-provoking sessions, Eric Mason compares the message the world constantly tells teens about their identity with the truths found in Scripture. The world tells us it’s all about how you look, what you have, what you do, and whom you are connected to. But Scripture teaches that while those things can be important, they do not constitute who you are. As followers of Jesus Christ, our identity is found in Him.
With biblical teaching and real-life stories, this series will help students ground their identity in Christ and live boldly as children of God and heirs of heaven.
Session 1 — Image
Session 2 — Choices
Session 3 — Relationships
Session 4 — Accomplishments
Eric Mason bio:
Eric Mason is the co-founder and lead pastor of Epiphany Fellowship in Philadelphia. He is known for articulating and proclaiming the gospel with clarity, passion, and authority at churches and conferences nationally. In addition to his role at Epiphany Fellowship, Eric serves as the president of Thriving, a ministry dedicated to aiding ethnic minorities to be resourced and trained for ministry to the urban context. He also serves on the boards of the Acts 29 Network and Reach Life Ministries. Eric received his Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary as well as a Doctorate degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He resides in Philadelphia with his wife, Yvette, and their two sons.