We all desire the security of feeling loved—and we all are tempted to find that security not in God our Creator but in unhealthy relationships with people around us. In what ways do we tend to practice idolatry, with people (and our experiences with them) as the object of our worship? How do messy and enslaving relational patterns form? Most important, in Christ, how can we grow from unholy dependency on people, into women who live out 1 Pet 1:22: having a sincere and deep-hearted love for others that is free and whole?
Introducing The Keller Center
The Keller Center for Cultural Apologetics helps Christians show unbelievers the truth, goodness, and beauty of the gospel as the only hope that fulfills our deepest longings. Help train Christians to boldly share the good news of Jesus Christ in a way that clearly communicates to this secular age.