Even with a meaningful life at home, in helping others, and through hobbies, do you still wonder, “What is God’s purpose for me?”

I kept searching for a calling…

Years ago, I felt like I didn’t fit in as a stay-at-home mom because I often wondered, “What is God’s purpose for me beyond caring for my family and home?” Many of my friends at church or school always seemed so content.

A friend even questioned my heart, saying I shouldn’t desire anything else in the season of motherhood. I knew being a wife, mom, and steward of our home life was purposeful for me. I loved my family, and I was honoring God. At the same time, my soul couldn’t help but feel drawn to express other parts of who God made me to be as well.

Earlier in my faith walk, I felt guilty thinking that maybe I needed to be more content helping in varying general capacities when I was called upon, encountered someone in need, or found a volunteer opportunity. I loved serving alongside others to make a difference. I knew selflessly giving of myself was needed at times.

However, my heart felt torn when I had a long-term commitment to some roles or tasks that completely clashed with my natural design, causing stress or overwhelm. I longed for clarity of a personalized role more fully using my unique spiritual gifts and abilities. I pondered, “What is God’s purpose for me that fits exactly who He made me to be?”

I felt a void when I held a corporate job at a great company, even though I was good at my work and well compensated. When I got home from work, I enjoyed engaging my talents, interests, and passions in hobbies and projects. But even with a full life, I knew I was made to do something that could fill my heart.

Some family members and friends told me I was making a mistake by leaving my job after investing so much time and money in my education. I had some self-awareness about what I was good at and things in the world that I wished could change, but I hadn’t yet discerned my specific calling–the part I was to play in God’s bigger plan.

Can you relate to feeling like you’re meant for something different or more? Have you ever felt selfish for feeling like something was missing from your already blessed life or guilty for struggling to show up to serve in a way that wasn’t a fit?

Now I have clarity of my purpose and understand the pattern of calling unfolding in my life. Looking back, I realize I didn’t have to feel guilty, or like I didn’t belong, and indeed not selfish, for those longings in my heart.

They were seeds God planted inside me that helped me grow and take steps over time to reach where I am now. I could bloom where I was planted and sow seeds in other places as long as I followed the Lord’s leading.

Are you searching for a calling?

You may be in the empty nest season, seeking purpose by volunteering in your community, launching a business, or starting a side hustle to bring new meaning into your life.

Or maybe you’re retired from your career and looking for purpose in hobbies or passion projects to find new ways to use your talents, contribute, and find fulfillment.

As you live your everyday life, you may search for purpose by helping others through serving in your church or being more faithful to follow the Spirit’s leading to serve through acts of godliness and good deeds as opportunities present themselves.

Some souls are equipped and may be called and naturally content to fill their hearts and touch lives through a diversity of methods: serving at home, helping in ministry, church, or the community, meeting the needs of individuals or groups as they arise, and expressing their various talents and passions through hobbies that can encourage and inspire others.

You may be in, have been in, or will be in a season that fits this description.

On the other hand, perhaps for you right now, it might seem surprising that after holding various impactful roles and performing many meaningful activities, you still find yourself unclear about specifically “What is God’s purpose for me?” beyond the good fruit you’re producing.

One aspect of the general purpose we all share as believers is to love God and love others by reflecting His love in the world and making disciples. As part of His purposes, God also wants us to enjoy using the gifts and strengths He’s planted inside us to bear good fruit in the lives of others and our own.

Helping, hobbies, and other godly commitments in our home, as well as meaningful activities in our church or the world around us, are expressions of our general calling as the Body of Christ, blessing others, and being blessed ourselves in the process.

Yet we still may struggle with our sense of value and significance or feel like something’s missing or there’s something more or different we’re meant to do. This is because, beyond our general purpose as women of faith, each of us has a specific purpose–a unique calling–that our spirit and soul long to fulfill–even if we don’t know exactly what it is yet.

Until we align with our path of purpose, our hearts can feel restless as we search for our calling. In some seasons of our lives, the Spirit may impress upon us a longing that we can’t seem to ignore or suppress.

At times, this desire might be unique to us, setting us apart from friends, family, or peers on a different path or stage in their journey. This can lead to feelings of isolation, the sense that we don’t belong, or even the doubt that our feelings are valid.

Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life. ~Proverbs 13:12 NIV

Whether we feel called to do many things or called to a particular focus, we maximize our impact in the world and personal fulfillment when we align with the unique specific purpose God designed us to carry out in each season of our lives.

As we weave together our general purpose as believers with our specific purpose as individuals, the longing inside us begins to be satisfied in a way that can only come from fulfilling God’s will and plan for our lives.

Why Home, Helping, and Hobbies Alone May Not Lead to Clarity of Calling

Even if we sense we’re meant to express our purpose in a particular way, we can gain insights about what may or may not fit us through experiences serving in our home, helping people, or engaging in hobbies and other good and godly endeavors. We might even be blessed to come across something that leads directly to our path of purpose. But, quite often, the story unfolds differently.

Though we explore and experiment with many good works, we can still be in search of clarity about the specific good works we were created for.

The following list shares typical places we tend to search for purpose and fulfillment, including insights into why they often leave unanswered the question “What is God’s purpose for me?”

  • Hobbies and Engaging Talents enrich your life, yet usually don’t utilize the fullness of who you are, limiting the specific ways you can express yourself and your level of fulfillment.
  • Side Hustles can bring new energy and financial benefits but might not provide the type of impact and more profound meaning that comes from carrying out your true life’s work.
  • Volunteering and Charity Work fills your heart and impacts the people and causes you support but may not fully connect to your gifts and passions, leaving your potential untapped.
  • Serving in the Church and Using Spiritual Gifts expresses purpose in the Body of Christ, but other natural abilities, life experiences, passions, and dreams may remain unexplored.
  • Family Roles and Household Responsibilities represent godly and purposeful stewardship but can shift and may not reflect the full spectrum of your design and God’s vision.
  • Career, Business, or Job Positions may use some of your natural abilities or talents but might not fully match your values or passions and can end for various reasons.
  • Acts of Kindness and Godly Actions reflect God’s love and the Spirit’s leading, yet uncovering your specific purpose involves exploring your unique design, life path, and God-given dreams.

Our chosen and natural roles and activities honor God as we undertake them. And the more purposeful we are in making decisions, the better we can balance our commitments, creating room in our lives to explore and fulfill our unique calling intentionally, further honoring the Lord.

Homemaking, helping others, and engaging in hobbies and other roles and activities have value, meaning, and spiritual purpose. They may be your calling in some seasons. However, relying on them alone might not offer the clarity or direction needed to fully understand and live out the specific and unique purpose you were created to fulfill in your lifetime.

Making purposeful decisions is crucial because this allows you to be selective about how you use your time and consistently choose paths that lead you toward your calling.

Decision-Making Approaches that Hinder Clarity and Progress in Your Purpose

Decisions shape the direction of our lives: balancing our schedule at home, deciding whom to help and how, choosing hobbies or projects to invest in, or making career, business, or ministry choices. The measures and methods we use to make these choices are critical. Choices that reveal what is aligned with who God created us to be and what He created us to do would be the preferred outcome of our decision-making whenever possible.

Our decisions to start or stick with something don’t always bring clarity or life satisfaction. However, there’s still value in the fact that we’ve gathered information about what isn’t our calling or what we should avoid.

Sometimes, we realize our past decisions aren’t leading us toward our purpose. We might have decided to move forward with something, though deep inside, we were questioning if it was the best thing to do–or already knew it wasn’t what we were meant to do.

Sometimes, we jumped ahead of God, ignored our design, preferences, or boundaries, didn’t consider all the consequences, or tried to please someone else.

However, those experiences are still relevant and valuable. God uses every aspect of our journey to help us grow in our relationship with Him, wisdom about life, and insights about who we are–and who we are not. Our past experiences will help to inform our present and future decisions.

Sometimes, we have no choice but to make a difficult decision and follow a direction we wouldn’t have chosen if there were any other way. God knows our situation and is there for us during our challenging times. He will reveal what our focus should be during our times of struggle, and as we walk closely with Him, may even reveal glimpses of our unique purpose yet to unfold.

Are any of these experiences familiar?

  • Have you ever stepped up to volunteer for a role that seemed right for you only to feel drained rather than fulfilled and then feel too guilty to step down?
  • Have you ever accepted a position to help, and when it was no longer a fit for you or your schedule, you felt obligated to stay even though it caused stress and overwhelm?
  • Have you ever spent significant time doing meaningful activities someone else thought you should be doing, leaving you with no time or energy to explore what God meant for you?
  • Have you ever been so focused on creating the ideal home life that you neglected your interests, passions, or dreams, leading to a loss of your sense of self?

Christian woman thinking about her decisions

Our busy lives can leave limited time, energy, and resources to fit in more things. There’s endless competition for our calendars from activities we feel obligated to continue to please others, the roles we feel guilty or fearful to consider walking away from, the influences telling us what we “should” be doing, the items we keep on our to-do lists just because we’ve always done them, and the things we tolerate because we’ve gotten comfortable with being uncomfortable.

 

It’s no surprise it can be challenging to gain clarity or make progress in our true calling. Then, we find ourselves discontent or going through the motions without going anywhere close to our path of purpose. And even more troubling is that when we’re not living out God’s plan for us, our thoughts and attitudes can drift away from Christlikeness.

These indicators suggest it’s time to evaluate whether our current commitments align with God’s will or if a new perspective is needed. If where we are isn’t where God wants us to be, prayerfully planning to make a change can free up space to discover and embrace what God intended for us.

How we make decisions directly influences our alignment with God’s purpose for us. It’s essential to ensure that while we’re filling up our schedule with good things to do, we’re still leaving room to pursue the good works God designed us to do.

In deciding how to spend our time, it’s important to consider if the daily activities, significant commitments, and life changes we choose are moving us closer to clarity and progress in our calling. Aligning with God’s purpose enriches our spiritual journey and helps us design authentic and fulfilling lives.

How do you tend to make decisions?

We approach decision-making in many different ways, but some methods keep us stuck or send us onto a path leading us farther from our true calling.

  • Emotion-Driven Decisions might feel right in the moment but may not ultimately line up with our values or cause unwanted consequences if we don’t consider them.
  • Comparison and Influence from Others can leave us living according to someone else’s expectations or vision, even leading to a negative self-image and loss of personal identity.
  • External Pressures and Worldly Standards might create a life that looks successful on the outside but feels empty or misaligned on the inside, causing stress and dissatisfaction.
  • Conforming to Habits, Routines, or Roles that are no longer a fit for us just because they’re familiar may keep us from growing and moving forward.
  • Financially Motivated Choices can lead to compromising our values or engaging in work that lacks meaning or personal significance, leaving us unfulfilled.
  • Avoiding Discomfort, such as giving in to doubt or fear, prevents spiritual or personal growth when we miss opportunities to stretch our faith and step outside our comfort zone.
  • Cultural or Social Trends and Family Traditions may not match our personal beliefs, goals, or dreams, steering us away from living an authentic life.

Even if we’re seeking God in our spirit, we can still get distracted in our flesh, letting some of these approaches take the lead and finding ourselves on a path God didn’t intend for us. Using the world’s and the flesh’s measures to make decisions leaves life to chance instead of leading us on a strategic path forward. This ultimately will hinder our clarity and progress in our calling and limit our fulfillment.

Living a life overflowing with passion, impact, and fulfillment comes from intentionally moving toward and living out what is genuinely God’s purpose for us. This level of purposeful living is based on more than making good decisions but also rooting those decisions in discernment to align with God’s plan and our unique design and life path.

To find the path that aligns with our calling, we must move beyond deciding to discerning.

In the journey to clarity and fulfilling our calling, considering the distinction between deciding and discerning is essential.

  • Deciding involves choosing from several possibilities by carefully examining each choice and relying on our judgment or external factors to commit to what we believe is the right direction. Decision-making can often be based on immediate needs or desires, leaving out a deeper and broader understanding of our path and purpose.
  • Discerning taps into a deeper understanding through a prayerful, reflective, and contemplative process. Its more comprehensive nature ensures our choices resonate with who God made us to be at our core and what direction we sense Him leading us in.

It’s critical that discerning comes before deciding when choosing what aligns with our purpose. Discernment provides the foundation and direction for making informed and purpose-aligned decisions.

Whether you’re confident that you have some clarity of your calling or uncertain of what God’s calling you to do, your decisions and how you spend your time can lead you toward or away from your path of purpose.

You can begin aligning with your purpose even if you’re still determining what it is. You may ask, “What does the Bible say about God’s purpose for me?” His Word is clear: He created you in Christ for good works He prepared for you before you even took your first breath. (Ephesians 2:10 NIV) Identifying those specific good works is where discernment is critical.

Even though there are many good works you can take part in, God will lead you in discerning what good works to start, stick with, scale back, or stop. So there’s no need to feel guilty for saying “no” to a good thing, so you can say “yes” to a better thing He’s leading you toward. You will draw closer to your calling as you follow what aligns with who you are and what God’s asking you to do.

Is there a good thing you feel a nudge to exchange for a better thing that God’s leading you toward?

Whether or not you’re actively pursuing your specific calling, living with intention is crucial for transforming into the person God created you to be, staying aligned with His will, and enhancing your overall well-being.

At times, God may call you to pace yourself or pause, focusing primarily on self-care or seeking His guidance. In such seasons, simply responding to His lead in helping others or engaging in hobbies that utilize your talents might be precisely what you’re meant to do. These activities can deepen your connection with God, yourself, and others.

However, being mindful of God’s revelations is vital to ensure your choices lead you on a path that either aligns with or prepares you for your calling. This minimizes the need for major adjustments when ready to take more significant steps.

In other seasons, you might be juggling so many things that you can’t seem to squeeze one more thing into your schedule–not to mention into your mind. In these times, being intentional in carefully discerning what to continue doing, add to your life, or let go of can ensure you’re being productive in what matters in the present and setting the stage for the future God envisions for you.

Whether you’re making choices related to your day-to-day activities or potentially life-changing decisions, it’s essential to align with what’s the best fit not only from an earthly focus but also from a spiritual point of view.

How do you discern God’s will for your life?

Discernment is most effective when it blends spiritual and practical focus. Discerning God’s will for your life springs out of the depth of your relationship with God and the breadth of your application of His wisdom and will in your life.

Let’s look at both spiritual and practical aspects of discernment that help you in gaining more clarity of your calling.

 

Spiritual Discernment for Aligning with “What is God’s Purpose for Your Life”

For if you cry for discernment, lift your voice for understanding; If you seek her as silver and search for her as for hidden treasures; Then you will discern the fear of the Lord and discover the knowledge of God…Then you will discern righteousness and justice and equity and every good course. ~Proverbs 2:3-5,9 NASB1995

Earnestly seeking God to discern our calling is essential, and we can be confident that in His time and way, He will give us clarity and direction, “For the LORD gives wisdom; from His mouth come knowledge and understanding…For wisdom will enter your heart and knowledge will be pleasant to your soul.” (Proverbs 2:6,10 NASB1995)

As we engage in fellowship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit through structured practices and naturally in our daily lives, as well as follow His direction, we’ll gain insights and wisdom that gradually reveal our purpose. We’ll also grow in peace, joy, and confidence from trusting God as we sense His presence, power, and purpose.

Integrating Spiritual Practices into Daily Life

Embrace the following practices as more than just part of your spiritual routine but as ways to deeply connect with God and discern His vision, purpose, and plan for your life.

  • Prayer seeking guidance and clarity can bring revelation, confirmation, and peace about who you are by design and what steps you’re meant to take toward fulfilling your purpose.
  • Personal Praise and Worship draw you closer into God’s presence, deepening your connection with Him and making you more receptive to sensing His will and leading toward your purpose.woman with head bowed praying what is God's purpose for me
  • Reading, Reflecting, and Meditating on God’s Word, especially verses you’re being led to focus on, reveal more about God’s character and promises as well as His vision for your life to guide your spiritual and personal transformation to be equipped to carry out your calling.
  • Build a Habit of Looking and Listening for God speaking and moving throughout your day in big and small things, busy and silent times, and joys and disappointments. Growing clarity of how, when, and what God communicates to you enables you to recognize His voice above all else to follow better the path He’s laying out for you.
  • Be Attentive to Passions, Dreams, and Visions from God that echo throughout your life because they reveal threads that may connect to the bigger picture of your purpose.
  • Surrendering Time, Energy, and Resources to God’s Will is non-negotiable when making yourself available to follow the progressive path God has planned for you. This is why it can also be beneficial to seek God’s guidance even in simple decisions related to home life, helping, and hobbies.

Cultivating Christian Community Supports You in Pursuing Your Purpose

The Lord holds the final answer to your question, “What is God’s purpose for my life?” However, Christian community and intimate one-on-one connections with believers with a genuine heart for the Lord can also bring opportunities for Him to speak through others. As you seek clarity, you can prayerfully consider others’ encouragement, insights, and confirmations. Your spiritual walk is essential to discerning your calling, and your spiritual community can also help you move forward and support you.

Acting on Your Faith Helps to Reveal God’s Purpose for Your Life

You may be waiting on the Lord for absolute certainty about your calling before you take any steps. It is wise to seek His time and pace and do your best to ensure that the opportunities you take or endeavors you initiate are His will. However, sometimes, He is waiting for you to take a small baby step or a giant leap of faith. At times, more of the answer to “What is God’s purpose for you?” will be revealed on the path ahead as you prayerfully move forward.

God’s Word teaches that “faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.” (James 2:17 NIV) When you sense the Spirit prompting you repeatedly in a particular direction or to take a specific step, prayerfully discern how you’re meant to accompany your faith with action. Even being obedient in the smallest step can give you more clarity and confidence. Every act of faithfulness, no matter how small, leads the Lord to say, “Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!” (Matthew 25:21 NIV)

It’s easy to keep waiting because of doubt, perfectionism, ideal circumstances, need for resources, etc… Identifying and praying about these internal and external needs will help bring peace and reveal how God wants you to proceed. Regular engagement in spiritual practices will deepen your intimacy with the Lord so you can more easily spiritually discern when He wants you to wait and when and how He wants you to move forward.

What area of spiritual discernment do you feel led to focus on more intentionally as you seek purpose?

If you’re trying to decide what to do or don’t yet have a direct word from God on whether you should move forward, integrating practical analysis with your spiritual practices can deepen your discernment.

Practical Discernment for Aligning with “What is God’s Purpose for Your Life”

Therefore be careful how you walk, not as unwise men but as wise, making the most of your time, because the days are evil. ~Ephesians 5:15-16 NASB1995

While the Lord doesn’t always directly reveal our calling or next steps, we often hold deeper insights into His will for us than we realize. We can uncover these insights by focusing on practical, structured discernment methods while continually weaving in spiritual practices and the Holy Spirit’s guidance.

The promptings and cautions the Holy Spirit impresses upon us are critical to our decisions as we consider the practical elements of our choices. This balanced approach ensures that our practical decisions remain rooted in our spiritual journey and God’s bigger plan for our lives.

The journey of transformation woman journaling what is God's purpose for meand purpose are woven together throughout our lifetime. There are several areas to consider when discerning where your life may or may not align with God’s path of purpose for you.

Making several changes at once would be overwhelming if you identify multiple aspects needing a shift. This is also where spiritual discernment comes into the process. God will lead you in what’s most important to prioritize first.

You may be led to focus on something related to your spiritual or personal development, a specific area of your life needing attention, or action steps to prepare for or move forward in your calling. Patiently trusting God while faithfully acting on what He’s leading you to do is always better than striving alone.

Managing your home life, helping others, and engaging in hobbies can take significant time, energy, and resources. Therefore, as you consider making changes, applying spiritual and practical discernment to clarify how your existing and potential opportunities fit best into your life is essential.

Checkpoints for discerning purposeful choices…

The following practical checkpoints are designed to offer depth and breadth in spiritual and personal reflection, guiding you toward discerning what aligns your life more closely with your purpose expressed as your specific calling.

What’s Now?

Inventory Current Roles, Commitments, and Activities
  • Assess whether existing work roles and personal endeavors still fit who you are and God’s vision for your life.
  • Take inventory of your schedule and commitments and remedy areas affecting life balance to make space for purposeful pursuits.
  • Reflect on your existing church, ministry, and community volunteer roles and activities to ensure they align with how God is leading you to grow and serve.

REFLECTION: Considering my current roles, commitments, and activities, what brings me a sense of fulfillment and could hint at a deeper purpose I’m meant to explore?

What’s New?

Assess Potential New Paths and Opportunities
  • Evaluate possible career changes, side hustles, and life transitions to see if they directly or indirectly support the path of growth and purpose God is prompting you to follow.
  • Ensure that potential partnerships with people, organizations, or movements align with God’s Word, your character and values, and the focus God places on your heart.
  • Determine if initiating or participating in new roles or activities that require significant, consistent time, energy, and resources are related to Spirit-led growth and impact.

REFLECTION: When considering new paths and opportunities, what might lead me closer to discovering my purpose or provide valuable growth, personal insights, and learning experiences?

What’s Next?

Evaluate Steps to Prepare for or Progress in Your Calling

REFLECTION: What spiritual, personal, practical, or professional growth areas am I feeling drawn to currently, and how might focusing on these areas guide me toward a clearer understanding of my calling?

What’s Needed?

Determine Gaps Needing Your Attention
  • Seek God’s guidance on what needs to be added, renewed, more consistent, or move to the next level in your spiritual life to experience a deeper level of His presence, peace, and power.
  • Identify the supportive relationships or community you need to find or nurture for encouragement and development, including giving attention to family and friendships.
  • Focus on wellness, self-care, resource stewardship, life or household management, or any other places in your life that God is nudging you to align with His general purposes. (This doesn’t mean trying to do it all, but being sensitive to what you feel the Spirit whispering to your heart and attentive to those areas in God’s timing, pace, and ways.)

REFLECTION: What aspects of my life need more attention or development to help me live more fully and possibly uncover and prepare to fulfill my purpose?

Because you may be busy with many responsibilities and have limited time and energy to commit to exploring or implementing your calling, it’s essential to have clear ways to identify what matters most.

Which checkpoints are most relevant now to helping you make purposeful choices?

Considering these checkpoints, you can maximize your opportunity to move forward in clarity and progress in your calling by not taking on or sticking with commitments that don’t align with your path of purpose.

Deeper Insights into Purpose and Calling to Support Your Practical Discernment

To more effectively use the checkpoints, it’s essential to consider how your daily life intersects with God’s purposes for you.

For insights about His general purposes that we share as believers in our spiritual walk and the various areas of our daily lives…

When you move toward God’s vision for the various aspects of your everyday life, you’re better equipped inside and out to discover, prepare for, and fulfill your calling. My post “5 Areas to Seek God to Find Purpose as a Christian Woman” shares more about the general purposes God has for us in the significant areas of our daily life.

For insights about His specific purpose for you as an individual…

While gaining clarity to align with God’s general purposes is more straightforward, the specific purpose or unique calling He made you to carry out often has more threads and patterns to uncover. Finding meaning and purpose in your home life and through various ways of helping others and hobbies is possible, but these may only provide hints to your calling. There are many more elements to consider in discovering your God-given purpose.

My post, “How to Use Christian Journaling to Reveal Your Purpose,” offers guidance in prayerfully reflecting on strategic areas and specific questions to help you gain more insights to answer the question, “What is God’s purpose for me?”

By integrating spiritual and practical aspects of discernment into your decision-making, you’ll make informed choices, leading to a clearer, balanced, and peaceful journey on your path of purpose.

Gaining clarity about “what is God’s purpose for your life” can profoundly change how you make life decisions. However, refining your decision-making process can also lead to profound clarity of your purpose.

A Simple Tool for Discerning and Aligning with Your Path of Purpose

Though it’s essential to explore deep and wide with spiritual practices and practical checkpoints, it’s also helpful to have a quick, structured method to make the best possible choice about whether something does or does not align with your path of purpose and calling.

Whether you’re in a transition such as an empty nest, career change, or retirement, or experiencing an internal shift leading to a desire for life change, each decision shapes your path and determines your experience in life.

If you aren’t there now or haven’t been already, you may eventually find yourself in one of these places…

  • Your schedule is packed, yet you’re still not filled with a genuine sense of purpose and fulfillment and aren’t sure what needs to stay or be let go.
  • You have plenty of time and aren’t sure which endeavors to focus on that might be part of God’s purpose for you in this season.
  • You feel overwhelmed or stuck trying to decide about your life’s direction and want to move toward living a more purposeful and balanced life.
  • You’re questioning whether your current activities or a new opportunity align with the path to more clarity and progress in God’s plan for your life.

In a significant season of transformation or simply in everyday life, if you desire to progress toward your calling consistently, then a simple process that guides you in making purpose-aligned choices is priceless–and purpose-full.

To live a more purposeful, balanced, and impactful life, it’s critical to consider what aligns or likely will align with God’s specific purpose for you.

If you align with specific essential elements within yourself and your life, you can be assured that you’re moving toward or further on your path of purpose, leading to more clarity of your calling and fulfillment.

To support you on your journey, I’m offering as my gift to you a one-page tool you can refer to again and again to guide you in aligning your life choices with your purpose.

Purpose Alignment Checklist: 7 Reflections to Align with God’s Purpose for My Life

This simple yet powerful tool will guide you in discerning whether your current or potential daily life activities or major life decisions align with a direction that leads you closer to discovering or progressing in your purpose.

Checklist to help discover what is God's purpose for my lifeThe personalized reflections can be used repeatedly to provide spiritual, personal, and practical insights to inform your choices and confirm your decisions align with God’s direction and your unique design and life path.

This empowers you to use your time wisely, be productive in what matters, and progressively grow in clarity and confidence to pursue your calling.

If you have a heart to find and fulfill your God-given purpose and you’re ready to be more intentional to make choices to spend your time, energy, and resources in the ways that matter most in pursuing what God’s calling you to do, click here to get your Purpose Alignment Checklist.