Who am I?
Today, the world offers us many options to explore in terms of identity. We no longer have fixed markers and boundaries. We as a generation seem to be more confused about who we are than ever before. We can no longer base our identity on our gender, age, family, culture, race, religion, or profession since every area is subject to rapid change. This gives rise to the most basic yet very important question about life: "Who am I?"
Generally, we hear the youth raising this question. We also see them treading dangerous grounds looking for answers, often in desperation. I believe that directing our children to an answer based on the unchanging truth at a younger age will birth a generation with a secure identity: A generation living in freedom and confidence fulfilling it's purpose.