Welcome to my site where what we do is to “Prepare the Way”. Here it’s all about helping people to prepare for all aspects of life—the spiritual, the emotional, and the practical.
My primary goal is assist in three ways:
Preparing people to know God and to become his disciples.
While that may sound simple, the fact is that the quality of our relationship with God is really up to us. We get out of it what we put into it. The problem is that many times, we may not know how to develop or even to establish a real relationship with the Lord—one that is rich, fulfilling, and rewarding. The good news is that there are Biblical principles to help us to do that and we’ll explore them here.
“’You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart’” (Jer. 29:13).
Preparing people for their God-given purpose, assignments, and destiny.
Everyone has a purpose in life but not everyone knows what that purpose is. And in my experience, people are desperate to know. The problem is—how do you know? How is it possible to sort through all of the dreams and passions, the talents and abilities, the possibilities and opportunities, as well as all of the responsibilities that we have in order to determine which of those things we’re supposed to be doing? Or not supposed to be doing?
Again—the good news: there are ways to determine purpose and assignments and, having discovered those, to fulfill destiny. Here’s a little hint: Just because something is hard, doesn’t mean it’s not “supposed to be,” and just because something is easy, doesn’t mean it is. The greater question—whether difficult or easy, is God in it? That’s a Biblical principle and it’s those kinds of questions we’ll be addressing.
“’For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future’” (Jer. 29:11).
Challenging times are here: food shortages; inflation on gas, groceries, and energy; deflation of incomes, stocks, and 401k’s; pandemics; skyrocketing crime—it’s not a potential thing; it’s here, now. The question is, where is it headed? And what do we need to do?
We need to find a balance in preparation. It’s okay to prepare for upcoming challenges and changes without being labeled “fearful” for doing too much, or being tagged “irresponsible” for doing too little. And the principle of preparation is Biblical. Jesus used the parable of the ten virgins to make the point that we need to be prepared for the “suddenlys” (spiritually and practically). When the groom was delayed, five were ready for the unexpected and five were not…
“The foolish said to the wise, ‘Give us some of your oil; our lamps are going out.’
‘No, there will not be enough for us and you, too; go buy some for yourselves’” (Matt. 25:7-9).
Whether it’s the coming of the Lord that we’re preparing for or the challenges that occur in the world before that happens, it is wise to prepare.
Spiritually and practically.
It’s simply this: to be prepared for whatever comes our way, whether it’s prep for this lifetime or for eternity to come. Get the newsletter and we’ll keep you up-to-date on the issues facing the world today and on the answers you need to meet those challenges. To sign up for the newsletter, just scroll down on your phone or click the link on the sidebar.
Let’s prepare together.
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“Principles of Success”Guide
Click on the “Success Guide” page for the latest posts to find principles of success for discovering purpose and pursuing destiny in the Kingdom of God.
“Pearls of Wisdom”Quotes
Find inspiration and encouragement for purpose and destiny.
“Wisdom is more precious than silver, and her gain is better than fine gold. She is more precious than rubies; nothing you desire compares with her…” (Ps. 19:10)
Tackling the hard questions about Christianity, both to equip the saints for evangelism and to open a discussion with those seeking answers for themselves.