“…run to win!” (1 Corinthians 9:24)Anyone can start a race. The key is how you finish! Competitions typically involve a lot of back-and-forth during the game (or race) but what really matters is if (and how) you cross the finish line. In the New Testament Paul wrote: Many runners enter a race, and only one of them wins the prize. So run to win! (1 Corinthians 9:24) That’s what Dr. Randy wants for you—to finish strong. Today is Part One of Dr. Randy’s 4-part teaching series: Finishing Strong. We’d love to hear from you! Join the Intentional Living conversation at 1-888-888-1717. You can also comment on THIS PAGE (below), weigh in with your thoughts and questions on our Facebook page, and you can follow us on Twitter @DrRandyCarlson.
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Live Intentionally…Finish Strong
10 True or False Questions to Ask Yourself
- I discovered and lived God’s purpose for my life. (T/F)
- I left no unfinished business behind. (T/F)
- I loved people and used things. (T/F)
- I left a Godly heritage for the next generation. (T/F)
- I provided the best I could for my family. (T/F)
- I honored my commitments (or I’ve made an effort to make things right). (T/F)
- I was confident of my relationship with Christ. (T/F)
- I didn’t leave a mess behind for others to clean up. (T/F)
- I served others as I wanted to be served. (T/F)
- I honored God in each of the five essential areas of life (as external evidence of an internal life). (T/F)
Heard on Today’s Program
Lee Escobedo of Lee’s Nite Radio
Lee was here to talk about why he pursues a challenging lifestyle even after his typical “retirement” age.“I retired in 2011 from my career in Christian broadcasting, but I couldn’t retire from my passion of pointing people to Jesus. I decided to provide a way for people to respond and be heard. I’d like to talk with you. Our conversation is important.” – Lee Escobedo You will make known to me the path of life; In Your presence is fullness of joy; In Your right hand there are pleasures forever. — Psalm 16:11
What is Intentional Living?At Intentional Living, we have a passion to help people live intentionally in the five essential areas of life: Faith, Relationships, Health, Finances and Work. We’re motivated by our God-given mission, vision and message.
- Mission Family Life Communications is a Biblical, Christ-centered communications ministry dedicated to igniting transformation by affirming faith, inspiring hope and equipping each person into healthy relationships and growth in Christ.
- Vision To see individuals, families, churches and nations of the world transformed – as evidenced by individuals living an intentional life in Christ.
Note: If you need counseling for yourself or your marriage but you don’t know who to call, you might try the referral services of Focus on the Family (800-232-6459) or the American Association of Christian Counselors (800-526-8673).]]>