22 weeks of purposeful life

On January 26, our church begins the program of 22 weeks of a purposeful life.

Should a Christian have goals, should a Christian be a purposeful person?

Here is what Scripture says with the example of the apostle Paul:

"Brotherhood, I do not consider myself to have achieved; but only, forgetting the back and stretching forward, I strive for the goal, to honor the highest calling of God in Christ Jesus." (Phil.3:13,14)

Paul strove to achieve perfection in Christ, and as a result of this, receiving reward from God for his achievement of the goal. God wants us to imitate Paul in our quest for perfection.

Thanks to this program, we will try to redirect our life to the purposeful achievement of God's goals. To achieve perfection in Christ means to live a purposeful life.

Through this program, we want to achieve a number of goals:

  • To unite the church in the desire to jointly achieve God's goals.
  • Help brothers and sisters become more purposeful in life.
  • Support each member of the program in his quest to build relationships with God on a daily basis.
  • Promote the development of home groups where the brothers and sisters of our church helped each other strive for spiritual maturity.

We invite everyone who loves the Lord and wants to follow Him to join the general movement of the Church “Grace”  in achieving God's goals.