After you have a keen sense of your gifts and passions, there is a stage of researching the serving opportunities that match you and the amount of time you have to allocate. This process will awaken within you the challenge of realigning your life toward the true north of what you were created to do. As Oliver Wendall Homes once said, "Most people go to their graves with their music still in them."
Moses' Halftime Journey
Moses had an encounter with God (The Burning Bush) and responded to God's challenge to live a life of significance.
Your Halftime Journey
With this renewed vision of who you are and what you were placed here to do, you begin exploring serving opportunities, asking yourself questions such as, "How do I prepare my family and myself for this transition? What arena should I serve: my church, my community, or some very needy area of the world?"
To learn more about these stages Moses went through and how they apply to your own Halftime journey, follow this link www.halftime.org/htstory
Finding significance in your second half will cause you to ...
- discover the primary reasons for your existence.
- wake up in the morning with great anticipation of the day ahead.