Living Intentionally for Jesus' Mission
"Jesus’ life mission and message to glorify God has not changed. Neither has our mission changed since it is directly tied to His. Living an intentional life means a life driven by His, through us, for the Kingdom of God."
Living a life of intention requires a daily decision to deny myself. I deny my will, desires, passions, and dreams and replace them with God’s will, desires, passions, and dreams. I go on mission, every day, wherever God plants me, and take on the burden of Jesus Christ...Read More
For me, living intentionally is a daily decision to seek His will and obey it. It is a recognition of how much I need God, and that the more I seek Him, the more joy I have in my life, regardless of my circumstances. I pray for God’s help for my words and actions to reflect Christ...Read More
Living intentionally is continuously surrendering my life to Christ and being tethered to God in such a close relationship that Holy Spirit directs my steps. This means that I choose to willingly lay down my own desires and plans and confidently grasp God's will for my life...Read More
Living intentionally for God, for me, means laying down the "I" and "me" and taking up the "Him" and "His." This has been, and still is, a process. Our wills are the only thing standing in the way of an unlimited, fulfilling, freeing, and fruitful life with our Creator...Read More
For me, living intentionally ultimately means to be a disciple for Jesus. I put discipleship into action by learning God's Word and sharing it with others with the goal of making disciples for Jesus. I do this by reflecting on Scripture and applying it to my daily practice...Read More
When I am at my best and living intentionally, my life is focused on the needs of my fellow man first and foremost. I wake up with a willingness to let Holy Spirit guide me into the path of someone who has a specific need He would like me to fill, and I go to work on my unique assignment...Read More
Two words come to my mind when I think of living intentionally: surrender and perseverance. A life that’s lived intentionally for Jesus requires a surrender of my will. Paul said it best in Galatians 2:20: “My old self has been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me"...Read More
"My voice You shall hear in the morning, O Lord; In the morning I will direct it to You, And I will look up." (Psalm 5:3) This scripture is how I live my life intentionally for Jesus. Every morning I spend time praying, praising, and pleading to God for direction in my life...Read More
Then Jesus said to His disciples, "The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into His harvest field."