As a new year turns the calendar, many people find themselves making resolutions and creating goals for themselves to accomplish in the new year (or new decade). But what if we looked closer to God’s vision for our lives? What if we looked to see what God’s vision for us would be? In this series we are looking at principles to help guide us in determining God’s vision for the believers’ lives.
Jesus taught the disciples that financial capital is the least valuable capital that we have in our possession. Financial resources can be invested to grow all the other capitals: Intellectual, Physical, Relational and Spiritual Capital […]
Jesus rhythmically moved between rest and work, gaining strength from his relationship with God to move out into the world while developing his physical capital of time and health. Jesus used his intellect to teach […]
Jesus encourages his followers through his word, works and ways to invest their financial, intellectual, physical and relational capital into spiritual capital that bears eternal fruit. Using the parable of the shrewd manager in Luke […]
Jesus spent his entire ministry on earth empowering people to invest in their own spiritual capital to be re-created in His image. Despite what the world says, increasing our spiritual capital in order to invest […]
Jesus teaches us through His Words, Works and Ways and we do our best to imitate and emulate all that he has to say. In looking to a vision for 2020, we must look to […]
Daniel 3 tells the story of 3 young men who relinquished control of their future outcomes and relied on God to protect them in their time of need. When looking to follow God’s vision for […]
Finding God’s vision for your life first requires the acknowledgment that there is a problem that needs correcting in God’s way. Often we find ourselves questioning God – God’s timing and God’s methods – just […]