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Are You Part of a Church or Spiritual Center with a Large Vision but Too Little Manpower for Its Fulfillment?

By most estimates we’ve now exceeded 7 billion people living on planet Earth. Let me ask you, what percentage of those 7 billion would you say know their life purpose with real clarity and are living true to it?

Of course, we have no hard data on this question, but when asked most people’s replies are quite low — 1/2 percent, 2 percent, 3 percent.  Recently when I asked a group the question, when one person answered 10 percent he was almost laughed out of the room.  In other words, most people agree that the percentage of people who really know their life purpose and are living it is abysmally small.

But does it need to stay that way?  We at Life On Purpose Institute don’t believe so, and we believe that with the help of the churches and spiritual centers around the world we can be a catalyst for creating a world on purpose.

Thinking Globally while Acting Locally

Yes, we’re thinking globally about creating a world on purpose and at the same time we know we need to act locally. We’ve chosen to creatively collaborate with churches and other spiritual centers to help them fulfill on their visions for their local communities.

What we’ve found are many progressive, forward thinking spiritual centers have beautiful visions for the difference they want to make in their community…and too little manpower to really fulfill on them.

A Success Story

Rev. Catherine

We’re having much success with changing lives and transforming congregations from the On Purpose Program. One example is what’s taking place in Greensboro. Listen in on this interview with Rev. Catherine Klein:

If you’re a part of such a spiritual center, we want to help to fire up your members to fulfill on that vision by helping them to become crystal clear about their true, Divinely Inspired Life Purpose.

Two Simple Steps to Start Igniting the Fire

1. The first step is to help you get to know us better while also giving us the opportunity to help you bring a deeper sense of purpose, passion and play to your life and your community. Since the Life On Purpose Process and Perspective are at the heart of our work, we’d like to share an excerpt from, Life On Purpose: Six Passages to an Inspired Life, an award winning finalist in the Self-Help: Motivational division of the Best Books 2007 Awards sponsored by USA News. You’ll also receive a free subscription to Purposeful Pondering Ezine when you enter your name and email address at the top left of this page.

2. Are we a good fit for each other?  Would our purposeful work be well received by your congregation and community?  Let’s find out.  Learn more about the On Purpose Program here.