SYNC is your chance to get a fresh take on who you are, what you are part of, what you are worth, and what your purpose is.
You get that fresh take on life as you explore God’s agenda and strategy for the world. And it is not a set of rules. It is a beautiful, ancient, complex story that God is still unfolding.
Jesus Christ is the center, holding it all together, and you gradually discover your true identity as you "See Yourself iN Christ." We call that "SYNCing with Jesus." You can start the process with two words, "SYNC me." To finish those two words might take two lifetimes, but the process never gets old.
Scroll down for resources on the "Honor" theme for the current SYNC season (September 28 - November 21). For pan-seasonal resources that give the bigger picture of SYNC, go to SYNC Basics or its sub-page How we see ourselves.
For the current SYNC season
How to move with the "Honor Rhythm" of SYNC, becoming an honorable finisher in spite of any disgrace or pain you experience because you See Yourself iN Christ (SYNC). "Honor Season" is the sixth of seven seasons in the SYNC annual cycle.
One-a-day reminders of the meaning of Honor Season. Each reminder is like a dashboard for the season. It combines a Bible verse, an "Honor Declaration," an "Honor Prayer," and affirmation about how we see ourselves in Christ during Honor Season. The seven reminders make a weekly cycle that you repeat throughout the season.
Guide for daily or weekly Bible reading so you discover the thrill of life as an honorable finisher, as unstoppable as Jesus on his way to the cross. He despised human shaming and won God's honor with the sacrifice of his life. You SYNC with the Honor Rhythm, the sixth rhythm in the annual SYNC cycle.
The big idea of SYNC, and the two words that summarize the whole thing
The W.A.W. (Who Are We?) story is the story of the world and our role in it if we see ourselves in Christ. Each version (2-minute read) tells the story from a different angle.
Seven seasons in the annual cycle--Life, Roots, Freedom, Power, Mercy, Honor, and Vision