As Christians, our relationship with God is deeply personal and unique to each person. It is not intended to be private, individualistic, or isolated. We are part of a family - the body of Christ - and we each have something to offer. However, there is another perspective evident in our world: one of individualism - an approach that advocates that the needs of the individual supersede the needs of others. Let's consider, from a biblical perspective, the difference between individualism and individuality.