Unfortunately that vision is often created subconsciously in response to broken relationships, pain, abuse, and fantasy. We’ve put little time into the actual impact of this vision and yet we are significantly influenced by it.
Who do you want to become? Could you state it clearly? Could you write it out? How detailed could you be? How have you engaged God in that conversation?
One of the most powerful conversation that God brings to each and every one of us is the conversation of identity and vision. He is not only interested in who you are, but also in helping you develop a vision for who you will be. He wants to help you become someone who lives to the fullest. He wants you to realize what that would look like for you. He wants to lead you into a proactive journey of developing who you will become.
All of us have a vision for who we will be. How thoughtfully have you constructed yours? How has God been part of that conversation? How can we be sure that He is, and that the vision we’re pursuing is actually who we were created to be?
It’s not where you are that matters. It’s where you’re going. Where will 2019 take you? Join us as we engage God in developing a vision for who it is we will become in the upcoming year!
Are you still clinging to your vision for your life? This week, Pastor Chris wraps up the “Vision” series by talking about the need we have to submit and surrender to God’s vision for our life.
What is keeping you from engaging with the vision that God has for you? This week, Pastor Anthony talks about how we can use our gifts to engage with God in the vision that He has for us.
For many of us, we hesitate to want to be like Jesus because our vision of Jesus only depicts Him on the cross. This week, Pastor Chris refocuses our vision of Jesus to include so many other things that He was able to accomplish during His life on Earth.
What is your vision for your life? How does that vision align with the vision that God has for you? As we kick off 2019, Pastor Chris walks us through the simple truth that God has a vision for our lives that is greater than anything we could ever think up on our own.