Typically, only 20% of people find their ultimate purpose in life. That means that 80% never do. Our desire is to break that trend and be one of the 20% that succeed.
Find your Passion and Purpose
We all have an ultimate purpose. It’s what we are born to do. Once we find our purpose, opportunities begin to be attracted to us. We find our authentic voice. We begin to solve problems in the world around us.
The Christian walk is not a selfish walk
God wants to use you to bring solutions to the people in your orbit of life. We will help you find the keys to who you really are. We will train you so you have God’s wisdom in the moment.
Come join us Saturday evening’s at 6:30 p.m. for our Home Groups at 650 1/2 Ian Court, Grand Junction, CO. 81504. For more information, please call (970) 778-2553.
Helping you find your Passion and Purpose in Life
God has amazing plans for your life. He desires for you to actually enjoy your life. He even wants you to prosper. To wake up in peace instead of torment. The key is to find your passion and purpose in life. Once you begin to define what you are passionate about, start to combine the gifting and talents you have with your passion. The third element is your values or the character you have (or don’t have). If you are lacking in certain areas of character, take time to process those areas because if you lack character, this is exactly where the enemy will take you down.
The Lord’s Prayer
Matthew 6:9-13 says: 9 “Therefore pray in this manner: Our Father who is in heaven, hallowed be Your name. 10 Your kingdom come; Your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven. 11 Give us this day our daily bread. 12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. 13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen. Most people do not understand verse 13 – lead us not into temptation. It basically means that when we begin to define what our talents and abilities are and we combine them with our passion, our lack of character is what could ruin it for us. Many people have had an idea, they have the talent and passion to make it a reality but they do not have the character to make it manifest upon the earth. The prayer is essentially saying, “Lord, please do not put me in a situation where my lack of character in this area would be exposed.”
The Pathway to Success
Romans 12:1-2 describes the concept of finding out what God’s “good, acceptable and perfect will is”. I always thought that was strange in that order. I thought, shouldn’t it be acceptable, good and then perfect? I began to look at what each word meant in the concordance. Good speaks about what the fundamental rules are. What are the basic truths that I need to know? What are fundamental principles I need to know to manifest God’s perfect will? Jim Rohn speaks about this truth which I have applied to my life: what are the half dozen things I need to know to make this thing a reality in my life? If you find those half dozen things, you will have successfully grasped 80% of what you need to know to become a success. That exact concept is what God means in finding out what God’s “good” will is. Once you begin to step out with those half dozen things, you then align to “acceptable” will of God. That means you are stepping out with those truths but you have not perfected them. You are like a child first learning how to ride a bike. You may fall down the first few times but eventually you gain your balance and ride for miles and miles. This concept then aligns to the “perfect” will of God. You master that truth. It becomes a part of you. That is what the picture above shows.