Today’s world is full of so many voices claiming to know what’s best for you, but all the solutions seem to leave you empty and unfulfilled. This leads to insecurity and self-doubt as you wonder why you exist and what your purpose is on Earth. What’s more, not only do you seem irrelevant, but the church itself also feels irrelevant and out of date. What’s the solution to these problems? 

Here’s the good news.

I want to help you discover the life you were created to live. 

I believe that you were created to respond to Christ’s love in worship. I know that sounds simple, but let me show you what it means and how I can help you live a life of responsive worship.

 You

Yes you, the one reading this page. God has a plan for your life. You are not an accident. The first step to discovering the life you were created to live is to understand that you can live a life that fulfills the destiny you were created for.

Were Created

Not only are you not an accident, you were created. Think about that for a moment. Someone loved you enough that they were willing to spend time and energy forming you into who you are today. Step two in discovering the life you were created to live is understanding that you are a masterpiece, formed by Someone who loves you dearly.

To Respond

The Bible tells us that we love because God first loved us (1 John 4:19). Your life is a response to the love that God displayed by not only creating you, but also giving His Son to die for you and recreating you in His image. Step three in discovering the life you were created to live is to stop trying to create your own destiny. Realize your life is a response to the love of Christ.

To Christ’s Love

I can’t even begin to explain the love Christ has for you. It is wider, longer, higher, and deeper than anything we could ever imagine. Yet it’s real and it’s beautiful and it’s passionate. Jesus stretched His arms out on a cross to die for you. Step four in discovering the life you were created to live is to understand “how wide, how long, how high, and how deep his love is” (Ephesians 3:18).

In Worship

As you begin to catch a glimpse of the love Christ has for you, your natural response will be to worship the One who loves you so much. This is manifested in many ways, including attending worship services, prayer meetings, singing, serving people in your community, and telling others about Jesus so they can join you in worship.

 

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 How Can I Help?

I’m a millennial, so I understand what it means to grow up in this confusing world, filled with noise, self-doubt, and irrelevant Christianity. As a pastor, however, I also understand why you were created, I have the theological training to apply the Bible in today’s context, and I understand that Christianity is incredibly relevant today. Click the link below to see the various ways I can help you discover the life you were created to live.