In life, we often face pressure to live up to expectations of the people around us and the society we live in. When we don’t live up to those standards, it can leave us feeling broken, frustrated, and unworthy.
In Scripture, we find that
we have value, meaning, and purpose no matter what our circumstances are. At The Identity Conference, hosted by the Reasons to Believe and Ratio Christi Portland chapters, learn how to look past the pressures of this world and focus on the loving
voice of the One who created you.
Join RTB’s Hugh Ross and Fazale Rana as they come alongside a collection of speakers for this impactful and interactive two-part event. This conference is designed to answer important questions many young people have about identity. If you know a young adult who would benefit from this event, please share this page with them.
Saturday, April 17, 1:00–3:00 PM (PT)
Hugh Ross – Treasure in Broken Clay Jars
Mary Jo Sharp – How Apologetics Helped Form My Identity
Clay Jones –Self-Worth, Ministry,
Saturday, May 15, 1:00–3:00 PM (PT)
Fazale Rana – Human Exceptionalism
Derry Tseng – From New Age to Christianity: Searching for the Image of God
Andy Steiger – What Human Value Is and Why It Matters
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