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She said, “May you and Bill always hear God’s voice louder than any other. Let His Word be your compass.” From that point on, we began to merge two lives, creating tools to help us have a family compass.
In “Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti” , and “7 Simple Skills For Every Woman,” we offer detailed advice and activities to help you pinpoint exactly why God placed you here at this time and at this place.
These tools help you identify your purpose as an individual, a couple and as a family.
Having these purpose-driven discussions can aid you in fulfilling your calling both as an individual and as a family.
Below are a few questions to begin the conversation to help you discover your unique calling as a couple and create a clear, concise compass to direct your path.
Step 1: Mission Statement Using the answers to the above questions as clues, see if you can create a mission statement paragraph that sums up why you think God has placed you on earth.
“A spelling or grammar mistake is the kiss of death to an application,” says Ned Holt, former head of sixth form at Reading School.
The following tools will help you form your compass and recognize God’s plan and path for you. In seminary, we went to a marriage conference where Dr.
Norm Wright challenged us to write a personal mission statement and a marriage mission statement.
Our Nurse Residency Program ensures a unique opportunity for the new graduate nurse to address the realities of clinical practice, overcome fears of making mistakes, and develop strategies to manage multiple-patient assignments.
The Nurse Residency Program participants meet monthly for six months.