…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. God has a plan for you. The enemy has a plot against His plan. In order to live out the purpose you were created with, you need a spiritual game plan.
Having A Plan
for when the enemy tries to block you from living out your calling
that you’re exactly who God needs in the new roles He has you in
that while your roles will end, your purpose is eternal
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