Aaron White – Youth Rally: Who Are We, Really? (2022)

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Aaron White uses scripture and stories from his years in ministry to speak at the SERVE 2022 Youth Rally about what informs our identity. Is it what we do, where we're from, who we're related to? Ultimately our identity comes from being claimed by God as his children, and we are ever more deeply rooted in that identity by the privilege and thrill of being in God's presence, hearing his voice, and living a prophetic life of obedience.

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Aaron White serves with 24-7 Prayer Canada, Jacob’s Well, and the International Association for Refugees, and is a teacher with the Westminster Theological Centre. He has been a youth worker, pastor, missioner, justice and prayer instigator in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver for the past 18 years, where he lives with his wife and four children in a community home. He is the co-author of Revolution and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Kingdom of God; co-creator of The Creative Way Down discipleship resource; and author of Recovering: From Brokenness and Addiction to Blessedness and Community.

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