The Purpose-Driven Lie, Part Two

In the last post, we looked at why the purpose-drive life is a lie. It’s a lie because it advocates a life seeking success and achievement, which the Bible does not. The Bible advocates a life of sacrifice and dying to one’s self and one's desires—even physical death, for Jesus and for others. Jesus is... Continue Reading →

The Purpose-Driven Lie, Part One (2 parts)

Should a believer in Jesus Christ have a purpose-driven life? The simple, one-word answer: No. The pushback I usually receive when I make this assertion is, “Well, that’s not true. God does have a purpose for your life. Your life does have purpose.” Well, ok. And what would that purpose be? I can almost guarantee... Continue Reading →

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