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Holy Play

Holy Play: The Joyful Adventure of Unleashing Your Divine Purpose

 STILL NOT SURE ABOUT YOUR PURPOSE?
 
READ THE BOOK THAT PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY, THE LEADING PUBLISHING PERIODICAL
 
IN THE UNITED STATES, RECENTLY HAILED AS:
   
"…an engaging…provocative counterweight to the popular idea that
 
God has predetermined a unique, singular purpose for each human life
.” (Oct.2006)

 Rick Warren's The Purpose Driven Life gave readers a 40-day program for figuring out what purpose God has in mind for them. But what happens if you finish your 40 days and you still don't know? Does that mean you don't have a purpose? Or that God is not being forthcoming?
 
Maybe it means you need a different way of thinking about purpose.
 
    In Holy Play popular author and teacher Kirk Byron Jones shows you how to become more clear and confident about your purpose. This extraordinary book gives you permission to stop waiting for God to tell you what to do and start doing what God has been inspiring you to do all along.
 
Jones reveals five powerful steps for clearly understanding and confidently living your purpose like never before:
 
          • Step One: Believe that God is your divine partner, not your domineering parent.
          • Step Two: Believe that vocation is an open possibility, not a closed proposition.
          • Step Three: Accept that you are not just creature but creator as well.
          • Step Four: Dream your way to purpose.
          • Step Five: Joyfully play your dreams.
 
Holy Play is your guide to finally and fantastically unleashing your divine purpose.


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THE HOLY PLAY CHALLENGE

Here are 5 indicators to help you determine whether or not you are living an inspired purpose.
Check only one option under each statement.

1. I feel excited about my work.
Often___  Sometimes___  Rarely__

2. I lose all sense of time when I am working.
Often ___ Sometimes __ Rarely___

3. I am thankful for my work.
Often___  Sometimes ___ Rarely___

4. My work offers ample opportunity for personal learning and growth.
Often___ Sometimes___ Rarely___

5. Work feels like play.
Often___ Sometimes___ Rarely___

If you have checked "sometimes" or "rarely" twice or more, consider exploring your purpose more deeply by reading Holy Play: The Joyful Adventure of Unleashing Your Divine Purpose.

 

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