As we look at the totality of our lives, we must recognize what we have accomplished and what still needs to be finished. Knowing our purpose and mission allows a clear view of what we must accomplish before we leave this life.
The story of Joseph reveals God’s plan and purpose in advancing His people at work and in other spheres of influence.
More than Mediocre don’t measure success solely on quantitative measures, but on the qualitative measure of being a prophetic voice and proactively meeting needs.
Whether in relationships or in vocations, going the extra mile will make a difference in our interactions. More than Mediocre people have an “And Then Some” view of life.
More than mediocre people determine to live and model joyful, reasonable, worry free, peaceable, and prayerful lives.
More than mediocre people seek to live selflessly, live humbly, and love sacrificially.
Do you find yourself overwhelmed and overworked, wondering if there is a purpose to your busyness. In Luke 10 Jesus addresses the issue of busyness in the account of Martha and Mary. Learn how you can find rest as you release your anxieties to Him in your busy schedule.
God isn’t afraid of your discontent. He desires you to patiently see the intended end of your circumstance. Prayer provides the avenue for a change in perspective and focus on His will.