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What happens when a country’s currency changes from money to social status overnight?
Seventeen-year-old Willis spent eight years collecting evidence on her parents’ murders. She presents it to her uncle, but just hours later their home is ransacked by rebels, he is killed in front of her, and she is taken prisoner. She manages to escape, only to enter a society where social status determines whether one lives or dies.
Caught between the need to survive and her refusal to live by the system her uncle died fighting, Willis finds herself battling a currency she knows nothing about.
Every decision drags her deeper into discovering the reasons behind her parents’ murders, her uncle’s political decisions, and her own time as a prisoner. Willis must decide whether to continue surviving on her own in relative safety, or join a group of outcasts, attempt to overthrow the government, and help bring freedom to her country.
Ultimately the only way forward is to face her fears and fight for a cause much bigger than she ever realized.
There’s a battle in our world right now and it’s stronger than it’s ever been. The scary thing is, we’re all fighting it whether or not we realize it. It’s a battle for our identity. How will we identify ourselves? And once we’ve done so, how will our lives change?
As children of God we’re free, placed on earth as ambassadors for our Creator. But we forgot to look at our paperwork. As a result we’ve let culture’s lies define us instead of God’s truth. We spend all our energy trying to create an identity, when in reality, we already have the best identity we could ever attain.
What if we took all the energy we are using to create an identity, and instead embraced the one we already have?
We each have a calling but in order to fulfill this calling we must claim who we truly are. Thankfully, Jesus’ track record is our potential. When we embrace who we really are in Jesus we can live the lives we were created for. We can live out the calling we were destined for.
When we live into our true identity we have the power to change the world.