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Updated: Sep 28, 2021

Have you ever questioned your identity or your way of life? Well, I have. Some days I wonder who I am. I ask myself, "what I am doing here?" But somewhere deep inside, a small voice tells me, "You are God's masterpiece."

No matter how difficult life gets, one thing you can never lose is your identity as a child of Christ. Remember to lean on Him. Let His words saturate your soul and walk in the ways Christ would walk. This will guide you to find who you are meant to be.


Believe that you will find who you are meant to be, and believe that your journey will help shape your identity.

Our Identity is in Christ

"Our identity is not in our joy, and our identity is not in our suffering. Our identity is in Christ, whether we have joy are are suffering." Author unknown.

By Lisa Colvil, author of, Through the Beauty of Grace I Will

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I am a heart warrior. I am a fighter. My strength comes from my faith and is fueled by my perseverance. I am strong, not because of what I can lift, nor what I must endure, but of my sheer will to fight for a better tomorrow. My perseverance is powered by my heart, the muscle that reminds me I am alive.

I am a heart warrior. My family is my life. I would die for them as they would die for me. I am not afraid to show pain, insecurities, or doubts, for those emotions strengthen my resolve. They let me know I am human, made in His image. I have courage. I have heart. I will rise and not give up. I am a Heart Warrior and this is my creed.

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New Life, Same Love

Each new birth brings such joy to the family, one that can't fully be described in words. But what happens when that joy is followed by the terror of a scary diagnosis? In this moment, when all hope seems lost, we must remain calm and remember that we are not in control and that God has the same love for all of His children, just as we do, whether they are born with an illness, or born without. See, God so loved the world, and all of his creations that even when some seem flawed, they are beautiful in his sight and His love does not waiver. So today I pray, for all the families who have children born with any illness such as a congenital heart defect, that you do not lose hope and that in that hope you will find God's blessing and true love.

Jeremiah 29:11tells us, "For I know the plans I have for you,' declares the LORD, ' plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."

His love is everlasting. In it, may we be filled with hope.

By Lisa Colvil

Author of, Through the Beauty of Grace I Will

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