Walking Out Your Identity in Christ

In my life, I had an identity of self-sufficiency and pride that said I had to have it all together or I would let God and family down and be a failure! When you lose yourself in such a way, it can be a painful process to put yourself together again. My healing involved finding Scriptures that talked about who we are in Christ. I share my journey and extensive research with you in this book. More

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About Phillip Watkins

Phillip Watkins is married to Sarah and they have four beautiful children. He has many interests including movies, sports, games, and reading. He is currently an avid runner and has completed multiple marathons, quite a few half-marathons, and even a few small triathlons. He feels that the principles of discipline involved in these endeavors apply equally well to every aspect of life and they have come in handy several times. Plus he likes the medals that they hand out after the big races!

Phillip Watkins grew up with one younger sister. Following in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps, he graduated with an engineering degree, and after passing the hardest test he’s ever had to take in his life, he received his Professional Engineering license. Later, because he had the time, he graduated with an MBA. He currently works at a utility company as an engineering supervisor overseeing a team that designs substations.

In 1999 he got serious about his relationship with the Lord and began his life-long journey of growing in Christ. Even though life has had its ups and downs, the Lord has been faithful to provide wisdom, strength, peace, and joy at every step of the growth process. The Lord’s love and companionship have provided a wonderful foundation of security and trust that helped him overcome insecurity and a bad self-image.

You may email Phillip at ConfidentInChrist@outlook.com.

Phillip and Sarah currently live in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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