Chesterton said,“Every man has forgotten who he is.”
Losing our identity is a problem. If we don’t know who we are, we won’t know what to do. This is because design reveals purpose. You can’t patch a tarp with a circular saw blade and you can’t cut a plank with a roll of duct tape. The same is true of us on an infinite scale. We were made for a reason, designed for a purpose. But many of us don’t know who we are and therefore we do not know what to do. The good news is, we can get it all back.
Formed for good is a ministry aimed at helping men recover who we are and what we were made for.
Healthy soil contains organic matter, which is made from things that have died. The dead matter becomes worm food. As the matter is consumed, nutrients are released that feed other living things like plants. All this to say, decay leads to regeneration. Jesus compared the human heart to soil. Some hearts are hard and cracked, a feeding ground for...