Video Finding Your Identity in Christ Looks Like Death October 4, 2017 | Rosaria Butterfield • Trillia Newbell • Blair Linne Share Share Tweet Tweet Email More Videos Social Sanity Book Club Chapter 9: Posting Well Ruth Chou Simons • Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra Ruth Chou Simons and Sarah Zylstra discuss the positive and negative aspects of having a larger online voice. Social Sanity Book Club Chapter 8: Choosing to Stay or Go Emily Jensen • Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra Emily Jensen explains how much we can gain when we deactivate our social media accounts. Does My Identity Determine Whether I Can Share My Opinions? Rebecca McLaughlin Rebecca McLaughlin argues that Christians should be slow to speak and quick to listen—while recognizing how our voices can be powerful in loving others. Is Anti-Racism Biblical? Rebecca McLaughlin Rebecca McLaughlin looks at the term ‘anti-racism’ from a biblical perspective and helps us discern which aspects of anti-racism we should affirm or disregard. In this video, Trillia Newbell, Blair Linne, and Rosaria Butterfield discuss what means to find your identity in Christ and not anywhere and in anyone else. Advertise on TGC Rosaria Butterfield is a former tenured professor of English at Syracuse University and author of The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert (Crown & Covenant, 2012) and Openness Unhindered: Further Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert on Sexual Identity and Union with Christ (Crown & Covenant, 2015). Her new book is The Gospel Comes with a House Key (Crossway, 2018). Trillia Newbell is the author of Sacred Endurance: Finding Grace and Strength for a Lasting Faith, If God Is for Us: The Everlasting Truth of Our Great Salvation: A 6-week Bible Study on Romans 8, Fear and Faith: Finding the Peace Your Heart Craves, United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity, Enjoy: Finding the Freedom to Delight Daily in God’s Good Gifts, and the children’s book, God’s Very Good Idea: A True Story of God’s Delightfully Different Family. You can find her at trillianewbell.com and follow her on Twitter. Blair Linne is a spoken-word artist who lives in Philadelphia with her husband and their children.