Russell M. Nelson:
"It is important for you to know who you are and who you may become. It is more important than what you do, even as vital as your work is and will be."
“What we know matters but who we are matters more.”
"Spiritual identity means we are not what we do or what people say about us. And we are not what we have. We are the beloved daughters and sons of God."
Who am I?
This is the first question we ask ourselves as we seek to find meaning and purpose in our lives and discover where we fit in the world. At Discover Identity we believe that healthy foundational identity is both discovered and created.
Upon what foundation is your identity built?
When you answer that question, your identity becomes a strength that will serve you throughout your life, and will help you in turn bless the lives of others.
- Multiple DatesMon, Oct 10ProvoOct 10, 4:00 PM – Oct 11, 5:30 PMProvo, Provo, UT, USAThe experience of cancer for both caregivers and patients can upend our lives and take over. This group is facilitated by a peer group of patients and caregivers who want to help provide support and advice so that we know we are not cancer but we still maintain our identity.