Thursday, September 3, 2015
Questions about the meaning of life are virtually cliché in our culture—many of the answers even more so. But discovering life’s purpose isn’t merely the stuff of vision quests and self-help brochures. Countless readers—including many who claim to already know and love the Lord—have sought biblical purpose and direction in the pages of Rick Warren’s bestselling book, The Purpose-Driven Life.
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
“Real life begins by committing yourself to Jesus Christ. If you are not sure you have done this, all you need to do is receive and believe.”
So begins Rick Warren’s altar call to his readers in The Purpose-Driven Life. The book is broken up into forty daily readings, and the above exhortation comes near the end of Day 7. Prior to that, he periodically touches on the question of the reader’s eternal destiny.
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
The question of identity looms large in the pages of The Purpose-Driven Life. To his credit, Rick Warren understands his audience, and attempts to answer many of the questions that plague the lives of twenty-first century men and women. And certainly one of the fundamental aspects of understanding your purpose in life is knowing who you are.