The Path to Purpose
Do you know why God put you on this planet?
The Path to Purpose is a roadmap for every follower of Christ to discover why God put them on this planet.
The Path is built around prayer. Prayer is communication with your creator. To fuel your journey on the Path, you build a relationship with God by talking to Him. Prayer is at the core of everything we do and at the center of every step of our journey.
What is purpose? It is the reason why something is done or created. Purpose is the “why” something exists. You were made with purpose.
Want to learn more? Follow the steps below to engage in your purposeful calling.
Where Your Path Begins
Every journey has a beginning. Purpose begins with knowing the Purpose-giver. The greatest questions in life is all about Jesus. Who is Jesus to you? Have you followed Christ in accepting His grace for salvation? Are you following Jesus, or are you pursuing your self? Have you been baptized after salvation?
Connect to ClearView
Attend Starting Point and Join a Group
ClearView is not a building. ClearView is a people committed to following Jesus together. We need each other. Our groups form the epicenter of life at ClearView. Through them you will find great friendships and be encouraged along your spiritual journey. Starting Point is our class designed to help you learn who we are and what we are all about. It will help you take your first steps to purpose at ClearView. Use the links below to help.
Discover Your Purpose
Be Guided Through PLACE.
You are NOT and accident! God did not create you to be a wandering generality. You are not a mistake. You are made uniquely and God wants to use you to impact your community. PLACE is a special tool that helps you identify your personality, spiritual giftedness and passions. These things help you find and pursue you’re calling. Out PLACE Guides will help you understand how that all comes together and help you to your next step.
Engage Your Calling
Lead Others to Encounter Jesus
Once you find your purpose it must be put into practice. Knowing who you are and why you are here is not the final step. When you engage your calling you being leading others to encounter Jesus. It might be on a Sunday morning, through your workplace, in your neighborhood and even through your hobbies. God wants to use you to help others discover their purpose!