Where do the narcissist divisions in society begin? As the world continues to evolve and more people identify on personal demographics, is our society improved? Are we failing Christ by submitting to or ignoring stigmatism and stereotypical social ideologies? Jesus always engaged the world around Him, shouldn't we? There are a myriad of social identities people have coopted. Every demographic can be the sole issue with which one chooses to brand themselves, or to brand others. We no longer identify nationally as American's, Spaniards, French or Canadian. Is this what Christ wants from us? What drives this world-wide identity crisis? Why have people become so simplistic and shallow in thought and identity? Why are people being driven to a life in a demographic box? Every person is simply that, an individual person with unique beliefs and personal thoughts. People think that God made us the wrong color, the wrong sex, a member of the wrong family. We step outside of godliness when we demand others submit to our relativism. Pastor Senter deals with a wide variety of spiritual, social, and cultural issues while opening the scriptures and exploring their truths. Pastor Senter has written many periodicals for the Lander Journal in his home town. He was first published in 2010. Being a 20 year Navy veteran, he writes periodicals for local veterans organizations. In his Navy years, he traveled the globe witnessing the wide variety of human social relationships. He earned his Bachelor's of Science Degree in Information Systems Management from University of Maryland in 1997. After retirement, attended Bob Jones University earning his Master of Divinity degree. He is now the pastor of Grace Bible Church in Lander, Wyoming. He is also the author of Knowing you are saved which is a compilation of his expositions through 1 John.