Beginner’s guide to predicting your future


Most personal problems can't be fixed. We can cope, overcome, or move on, but the past is the past. The good news is you can learn to avoid what can be avoided so there's less to cope with later. You just need The Beginner's Guide to Predicting Your Future.

// New Series Begins July 28


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Part 1
Sunday, July 28

Principal of the path

We’re all going to end up somewhere in life, but often there’s a disconnect between where we want to end up and the path we choose. So how can we avoid choosing a path that’s guaranteed to get us where we don’t want to be?

Part 2
Sunday, August 04

Your intention please

Nobody gets lost on purpose. But we often find ourselves in places we never intended. If there’s a disconnect between what you hope to be true in the future and the direction you’re headed now, maybe it’s time to take a closer look at your path. Our direction, not our intention, will determine our destination.


Better - Part 3
Sunday, August 11

follow

We all start out life with great intentions. But our intentions aren’t good indicators of our destinations. In fact, our direction trumps our intention every time. That’s why we all need to follow someone we trust. Someone who can make our lives better and make us better at life. So we all have a decision to make. If not Jesus, then who? And if not Christianity, then what?

Better - Part 4
Sunday, August 18

appealing is revealing

The best way to predict your future is to pay attention to where you’re headed. But sometimes it’s easy to get distracted by what’s on the path. The appeal of money, acceptance, or security can lower your defenses and lead you away from the path you want to be on. So is there a way back? How do we change course when we realize that we’ve chosen a path that leads us to what’s appealing instead of what’s ultimately satisfying?