I Am Made Uniquely

In our current series at Eastbrook Church, “Who Am I?“, we are looking at biblical answers to questions about our identity as human beings. This past weekend I explored the ways in which we are made uniquely by God both as human beings in general and also as individuals.

This was also African Global Gateway weekend, where we took time to celebrate the cultures of our African brothers and sisters at Eastbrook Church.

You can view the message video and an expanded sermon outline below. You can follow the entire series at our web-site, through the Eastbrook app, or through our audio podcast.


The Uniqueness of Human Beings within Creation

The similarity of human beings to the rest of creation [Genesis 1:31]

The uniqueness of human beings from the rest of creation [Genesis 1:27-28; 2:5-7, 15; Psalm 8]


The Uniqueness of Individual Human Beings

The natural creativity of God in each human life [Psalm 139:13-18]

The spiritual creativity of God in each human life [Romans 12:6-8]


The Uniqueness of Our Brokenness

Human brokenness [Romans 5:12]

Individual brokenness [2 Corinthians 12:7-8]


The Uniqueness of God’s Relationship with Individual Human Beings

God’s unique care [Matthew 10:29-31]

God’s unique purpose [Jeremiah 1:4-5]

God’s unique craftsmanship in Christ [Ephesians 2:10]

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