…you’re getting married, starting a family, emptying your nest or transitioning from a role you have had for a long time.
You find yourself asking ~
• What will this do to my plans
• Will I still be relevant
• How do I find my purpose now
• Did I lose my identity
• Where do I fit in
Your roles in life will change, but your purpose is eternal.
You were created by an intentional God, you are a masterpiece designed by a Creator with a game plan.
Imagine the peace of mind knowing that you’re actually fit in right where God has placed you.
What if you had the confidence to use the purpose God created for you as you step into the next role you face?
Imagine the blessing of being relevant in the lives of those around you.
Plus get a free download with a personal questionnaire to help you get started on finding your purpose in your current season.
Unlock your purpose with Cheri
Invite Cheri to speak at your upcoming event. Cheri speaks to men, women and teens on a variety of topics all centering on knowing our purpose based on our own identity in Christ.
Cheri loves to write to encourage people of every age to find their unique purpose. She writes articles that go deep into some of our daily struggles that keep us from really living out the life God has intended for us.
Game plan prepares middle school students for the challenges they’ll face in high school and gives them tools to plan a head of time. Our high school students mentor and teach that plan through this powerful program.
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