Whether it’s a small rumor or a major misconception – we have all faced a wrongful accusation against us. Even when it’s false, we begin to question how we portray ourselves and how the world sees us.
What can we learn from Paul’s method of defending himself, and why is it the very message we need at the start of a new year?
Join Rick and guest Becky Herrington as they discuss what it takes to become a better version of yourself (hint: it’s not by trying harder to get better). Turning to the Bible, we’ll dive into 2 Corinthians 11 and 12, where Paul chooses to lay his reputation in God’s hands.
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