Name Tag

We’ve all used them, the red and white sticker that announces “Hello, my name is …..” This incredibly popular name tag was first sold by a company called C-Line in 1959, and has been a best seller ever since. Scott Ginsberg has been wearing a name tag every day for 14 years. The author of 27 books about his experience, Ginsberg claims that wearing a name tag has made him a friendlier person. J. Keith Murnigham, professor at Northwestern University agrees. “If you’re less anonymous, then you’re likely to be more responsible, ethical, and moral.”1

Our name identifies who we are, something important to know. This week, in Galatians 4:6-7, we will discover how the Bible invites every believer to truly know their own identity – you are a child of God!

See you Sunday!

1 https://www.today.com/health/does-wearing-nametag-make-you-nicer-1D80046278

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