It’s crazy, but in order to be true to myself, I find a little rebellion necessary. It’s more than a phase, it’s an essential stage for my growth. Rebellion, for me, is nothing more than a means to an end: finding myself. I admit that I’m a little scared, but I cannot continue to accept all the assumptions and presumptions handed down to me. Up to this point, my identity has been defined by peer pressure and fear, so I must rebel for the sake of my own integrity or I must deny God’s design in me. My calling is unique to me; this is not my grandfather’s world, so I rebel for the sake of impacting my generation with the Gospel.
rebel: noun or verb? rebel (n): a person who resists authority, control, or tradition; an agent of change rebel (v): to dissent from an accepted moral code or conventional behavior rebellion (n): revolt, revolution, uprising, insurgence // antonyms: complacency, compliance To the question: Am I really a rebel? I answer a condescending: No. But in … Continue reading rebel