Restored: A Study of Identity, Part Two



What is my identity in Christ? How does sin affect my identity? What does the Bible say about my identity? How can I stay true to my identity as a Christian?

If those questions sound familiar, you're not alone. The good news is that these complex questions do have answers in the Bible. Join us for Restored: Part 2 of the Yarrow Identity Series to uncover who God says you are and how to grow in Christ in your everyday life.

Here’s what the Bible says: Your spiritual identity is not your personality. It isn’t your job. Your identity isn’t your past mistakes or future hopes. If you want to explore your Christian identity and who God says you are, you’re in the right place. For those who follow Jesus and believe the Bible is true and an authority for our lives, Scripture answers one of life’s biggest questions: Who am I?

How we answer this question impacts our lifestyle, our decisions, and our ability to face challenges. When you understand what the Bible says about your identity, you can step into the different seasons of life and all the changes they bring with confidence, comfort, and peace.

Join us as we dive into passages in the Bible that talk about our identity. We don’t have all the answers, but we’ll guide you and help you dig deeper into Scripture. We’ll ask impactful questions and challenge you to apply what you’re learning to your actual life.

As a result of going through this Bible study, you will:

  • Explore how Jesus’ identity is directly linked to your own.
  • Uncover how sin affects who you are and how to live out your identity.
  • Sift through your personal faith story and develop a better understanding of your identity in Christ!

How It Works

  • Yarrow studies adapt to fit your calendar and your life! Work through the Bible study guide by yourself or with a group of friends. 18 short chapters easily adapt to fit a 4-week or 6-week schedule.
  • Bonus audio and video resources included in every study. Just scan the QR code on the page for encouragement, teaching, and instruction content.
  • We’ll challenge you to apply God’s Word to your life through journaling prompts, scripture meditation exercises, community, and more. Join us as we look to Scripture to better understand your spiritual identity!