When we are true to our identity, it may cost us in the short-term. Bishop Clay Evans of Chicago suffered the consequences of having Martin Luther King, Jr. speak at his church (p. 134-135). Though it was tough for the seven years the city of Chicago didn’t release permits for their construction project, I am sure that Bishop Evans and his congregation enjoyed their building more knowing they didn’t compromise. “The identity test often comes in unexpected moments (p. 135).” Stay true to your identity today!
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