What does a purposeful person look like?

There is a stark contrast between a young person that floats through life and one that embraces life for the glory of God. There is a difference between being activity-driven and purpose-driven. There is a difference between a young person of mediocrity and a young person of excellence! A life on purpose establishes the difference between a young person that will exist in this world and a young person that has what it takes to change the world!


  • Who are you?
  • Where are you going?
  • How are you going to get there?
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On Purpose

Captain Novotny “There I was.”
Get a bunch of loud jet jockeys together and there is one phrase that is sure to turn heads, hush the crowd, and alert the audience to a life lesson learned the hard way: by being there. This particular phrase perks the ears up and triggers the pilot to record mental notes for the future…notes that can make the difference between life and death.

There I was…scanning the flight instruments. The altimeter indicates 32,000 feet. Speed: 545 miles per hour. Westbound. Flight management computers place us halfway between Shannon, Ireland and Boston, Massachusetts on Track Bravo…smack dab in the middle of the North Atlantic. I feel a gentle swaying as we cruise along. Engine instruments look normal. Paperwork shows 209 people on board with a crew of 11…

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Choices Are Like Doors

Young people who understand their God-given purpose in life stand apart from the crowd! They are able to evaluate opportunities and wisely consider how today’s choices will affect tomorrow in light of what God is calling them to do. Purpose helps outline the difference between poor, good and excellent choices in life.

  • Poor Choices
  • Good Choices
  • Excellent Choices