Throughout our series on the book of Exodus we have been exploring the various roles and identities that have defined who Moses was and who God expected Moses to become. Along the way we have overlooked one very fascinating interaction between Moses and God. The interaction where God speaks to Moses from the burning bush and commissions him for leadership, to go back to Egypt and ask Pharaoh to set God’s people free. How did Moses respond? With great reluctance. With great hesitation. With great avoidance. God was choosing to reshape Moses’ purpose, future, and identity, and Moses was anything but a willing participant. As we search for our identity, as we struggle to understand who God calls us to be and what He calls us to do, we often follow too closely in Moses’ footsteps, hesitating, avoiding, and becoming reluctant. Today, Cory Holt will share a message about the powerful lessons we can learn from Moses’ example and how we can apply these lessons to our everyday lives today.