"The proper function of man is to live, not to exist. I shall not waste my days in trying to prolong them. I shall use my time." - Jack London
Do you understand why you exist?
Or do you struggle with a sense of meaninglessness?
Do you wake up with a sense of purpose?
Or do you feel unmotivated and aimless?
Do you feel like you are making the most of who, where, and when you are?
Or do you fear you're wasting your life?
Do you love your life?
Or do you endure your life?
Do you have the peace of mind that comes from knowing exactly what you are on earth to do?
Or do you feel restless, like you're missing something?
Do you have the confidence that comes from knowing you are on the right track, living a life that honors God?
Or do you second guess your pursuits and question whether or not God will be pleased with your life?
I'd be honored to walk with you for a short season, and get you to the bottom of who you are and exactly what you are on earth to do.
I will bring clarity to your identity, meaning, purpose, and calling.
IDENTITY | Who You Are
MEANING | Why You Are
PURPOSE | What You Are For
CALLING | What You Are On Earth To Do
We will meet weekly, by phone, for 4 weeks.
Between sessions I'll be available to answer questions through a shared messaging app.
Throughout our time together I'll be creating personalized resources and documents for you to use and keep.
Your purchase includes a check-in, 6 months following our time together.
In 2021, after serving as a pastor for over 20 years, I retired from the only "job" I had ever known, to begin a new chapter of life and ministry.
We loaded our family of 8, (also 3 cats and 3 dogs), and moved across the country from California to Tennessee.
Today, among other things, I walk with other Christians through online coaching.
Vocational ministry - with all its successes and failures - has uniquely qualified me to draw alongside other believers and lead them in a God-glorifying, soul-satisfying direction.
"Every man dies. Not every man really lives" - Randall Wallace (writer of 'Braveheart')