Ken Boa shifts to practical application of his teaching on life’s purpose by focusing on some personal principles and values that help us review and remind ourselves of our purpose as humans, as believers, and as individuals.Read More
Every person has an ultimate purpose, a universal purpose, and a unique purpose. A life of integrity unites these purposes, so that our daily life and activities align with, or flow out from, our primary calling to know God and be conformed to the image of His Son.Read More
Ken Boa discusses additional principles of stewardship, including stewardship of our relationships with others, and moves into a discussion of our purpose in life. This teaching is based on chapter 20 in Ken’s book Conformed to His Image.Read More
Ken Boa introduces the final section of this series: Stewardship and Purpose. Today, stewardship is even more vital and challenging because we have additional time (longevity), options, and resources than previous generations. Whether young or old, we should seek to live wisely and not squander our time or resources in self-centered living.Read More
Make sure you’ve read “A Biblical View of Purpose, Part 1” first.
It is never too late to begin wrestling with the reason for our earthly existence, since God, in his sovereignty, can use all of our previous experiences to prepare us for our true mission. Ask the Lord to give you a personal purpose statement and a passion to fulfill it.Read More
Dr. Boa discusses how the mind works, and how we can renew our minds to become the people we were created to be. We can remind ourselves all the time that we were meant for more than this world.Read More
These people may occasionally wonder, What will I leave behind? but few stop to consider a better question: What am I going to take with me?
Consider the pilot of a transoceanic jet, who announces to his passengers over the intercom: “I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that we have a strong tail wind and are making great time.Read More
We all have broken stories and Peter wants us to understand that we can rewrite our story. We can imbed our story in a greater narrative that begins and ends well. When we are a part of God’s story our life matters. When we keep an eternal perspective we understand that the adversity and afflictions of this life will only be brief and the glory will endure.Read More
Peter admonishes his readers to have an uplook and an outlook.. Our uplook determines our outlook and our outlook determines our behavior. As we look up, we are to apply what we see. We are called to become a people who manifest the new life in this present world.Read More