Do you wonder if you’re spending your time in ways that will lead you closer to more clarity of your purpose?
Maybe you feel stuck or overwhelmed in choosing the next step to move forward in your calling.
You might be uninspired by your current routine and trying to decide what to add to your life to be more purpose-driven.
Are you looking for confirmation that you’re on the right path and making the best decisions to align with your purpose?
You may already know the answer to the question, “What is God’s purpose for my life?” and want to make choices that lead you in the right direction to fulfill it. Or you might be wondering, “Am I on the right path to finding God’s purpose for my life?” and want to discern the steps that lead to revealing your calling.
In either case, a structured process is key to progressively finding more clarity.
If you take random steps, you’ll likely find yourself spending precious time experimenting without making real progress or becoming paralyzed by indecision, remaining stuck in uncertainty and doubt.
I’m Arris Charles, a Life Purpose Coach, wife, and mom of young adults. I believe making decisions that lead you toward unfolding and fulfilling God’s purpose for your life is one of the most important things you will do in your lifetime.
When you align with your God-given purpose, you live with more passion, confidence, and impact. You live a life of true fulfillment as you fulfill your calling.
As my free gift to you, I’m offering the Purpose Alignment Checklist: 7 Reflections to Align with God’s Purpose for My Life.
This simple yet powerful tool enables you to align both your daily activities and life-changing decisions with the direction that leads you closer to discovering or progressing in your purpose.
As you progress through the reflections, each focus area guides you in uncovering personalized spiritual, personal, or practical insight to support you in making decisions that align with God’s purpose and plan for your life.
Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity. Ephesians 5:15-16 NIV