When someone asks, “What’s your biggest dream?” does a picture immediately come to mind? Perhaps it’s a dream you’ve carried around since childhood, one that’s changed a few times as you’ve gotten older, or maybe you’ve never really put your finger on one but are afraid to admit it. Why? Because one thing is clear even when our dreams aren’t: Modern-day society loves dreamers.
In a time where the ever-popular “do what makes you happy” lifestyle rules the day, where does our walk with God fit in? To love something is to know it, which is why it’s more important than ever to reprioritize discipleship with Jesus, before our dreams slowly (but surely) wash His glory out of our lives.
Culture’s measure for success runs counter to a Christian’s measure for success. When the world veers off course, we stay focused. Our field of dreams is no different. If your dreams, rather than Jesus, center your identity, read on.