Finding Your Purpose
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Do you ever wonder if you have anything to offer? Or if you have any significance? No need to wonder!
Sometimes we can get pulled into doing something—even for a worthy cause—for the wrong reasons. So, what’s a better way to add purpose and meaning to our lives?
While trying to discover your calling in life, are you listening to what God has to say, as well as those who know your talents well, or are you blindly striking out on your own?
“There is no one who is insignificant in the purpose of GOD.” ~ Alistair Begg Powerful words. Do you believe them for yourself? For those around you?
Has anything hurtful ever distracted you from fulfilling your purpose? It happened to me.
Do you believe that good can come out of bad situations? That purpose can be found in the midst of heartbreak?
It’s nice being noticed and appreciated. Most of the time, there’s nothing wrong with that. But what happens when the need for attention and self-gratification become the primary driving force in your world? What happens when you make everything about you?
During the Christmas season, we can learn a lot from Mary, mother of Jesus, about courage and accepting a calling …
Most of us probably have days when we wonder if we’re making a difference and if we really have a purpose beyond the usual grind. Without question, the answer is yes! How can I be so sure?
What can we do to help protect our relationships?
How are you using your passions to feed a need for purpose? What’s stopping you from pursuing your passion or calling?
I believe story has the power to change lives. That’s why I write—that’s why I share part of my personal story. Do you believe you have a story someone needs to hear?
Did you realize that your purpose in life is seasonal? Have you gone through a change in season? Are you facing one now?
How are you using your talents and skills to find purpose? What have you learned about yourself from mistakes made in the past? I share how one of my failures helped me discover my path.
One Sunday morning, the wisdom my pastor shared on finding purpose had me scrambling for pen and paper ...
Is fear of criticism stopping you from fulfilling your purpose?
Do you ever wonder if other people’s lives have more purpose because what they’re doing looks grander, is more glamorous, or is getting more attention? Then you may find encouragement in this post.
“For I know the plans I have for you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future.” ~ Jeremiah 29:11
Why is this verse so often quoted? I have some ideas ...
If you’re looking for purpose in your life, you may want to start at the root—love.
Looking for a way to make a difference in a child's life? Sometimes, a dream is as simple as having a birthday party—just for you!
Struggling with the reality that you can’t do it all?
Want to live a long life? Here’s a tip!
Courage is using the talents and gifts God has given you, even when you’re afraid you’re not good enough. Spiritual courage is answering the call God dialed into your heart, despite how crazy the world may view it.
How might the domino effect play a part in YOUR purpose?
How Do You Want the Story of Your Life to Read?
If a novel were written with you in the main role, would you know how to answer four of the questions authors ask their characters?
Have you ever done the right thing for the wrong reasons—or the wrong thing for the right reasons?
Do you ever have one of those days when you think how could God possibly use me to make a difference to anyone—anywhere?
What opportunities are being presented to you right now that you need to seriously consider?
Sometimes we look for something “big” when seeking purpose in our lives. But what if there was a simple solution?
Have you ever wanted to pursue an area in the arts only to be discouraged by others?
Have you ever turned down a request because it didn’t fit into what you normally considered “your thing”? Have you taken a step back and reconsidered what God might have in store if you were to say “yes”?