What kind of personal mission statements do people have who graduate from the GPS Life Journey? Well, there's a variety of mission statements that I have seen over these 15-20 years. 1000s of people going through the GPS Life Journey.
Sometimes that mission statement relates to them personally as something like, "my mission for the next stage of my life is to learn what it means to be a godly father and a godly husband." So it could relate to focusing on the individual itself.
Sometimes his focus is on the family. And that one illustration that I just gave is an illustration of both. It focuses on the individual and also focuses on the family.
Sometimes it relates to the church where they attend. Their mission is to engage people in genuine worship and they become a part of the worship team in their church.
Sometimes it relates to the community, something taking place in the community. You want to help people learn English as a second language in your church or your community center.
And sometimes it's a global mission statement relates to others halfway around the world. We have several people who have started orphanages, church planting movements, leadership training movements around the world.
So God's purpose for the next stage of your life can focus all the way from you and your personal life, your family life, your congregational life, at your church, in your community, in your region are halfway around the world globally.
The important thing is to discover what is God's purpose for the next stage of your life and to be actively engaged in fulfilling that purpose.
Nolen Rollins, Founder & President of GPS Life Journey