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Season 2 Episode 3 | Identity: It's about who you are not what you do

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When we meet someone for the first time, we ask their name, and then what they 'do' - a student? a teacher? a waiter? a full-time parent? in-between jobs?

It can often feel like what we do (or how people see us) defines us. But that is unlikely to be the core of our identity and who God says we are.

Andy Wilson candidly chats to Hannah and Chris about how he's had to shake off labels others have put on him and replace them with his God-given identity.

We also discuss the importance of calling out God-given potential in others, and how we can work out our own identity in a helpful and authentic way.

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