- Why am I here?
- What does God really want me to do with my life?
These are among life’s most pressing questions.
The truth is that God has not left you without answers. Rather, He created you with unique strengths and has set up a unique purpose for you … and He invites you to discover those strengths and that calling.
That is the point of The 210 Project. It is a practical, step-by-step process based on a simple, yet powerful scripture verse – Ephesians 2:10 – which equips you to discover your calling.
In The 210 Project you come to understand who you are (your unique strengths and your spiritual gifts) and what you’re made for (your passion and your story) – using powerful, interactive exercises you can do online.
Why are you here and what does God want you to do? He has given you the answers. Take The 210 Project journey to discover them.
Ministry Insights has teamed with Alliance Ministries to produce The 210 Project.
“For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them” (Ephesians 2:10, NKJV).
- How it Works
- Explore Table of Contents
- Explore Project Interactions
- Small Facilitators Guide
- Join the Movement
- Purchase the Project
- Instantly Receive Email with Access Code(s)
- Register Your Access Code at www.210project.com
- 210 Project Book is downloaded or Shipped
- Read the 210 Project Book
- Complete the Online Interaction When Prompted
- Discover Your Place in God’s Story
- Engage the Culture
|Table of Contents|
|Foreword (Dr. Del Tackett).||
|Section 1: Identity||
|1. Quick Start: What You Need to Know About This Book||
|2. Story: Calling Intersects with Community and Culture||
|3. Identity: Who You Are, Not What You Do||
|4. Interpret Your Life: Engaging the Process||
|Section 2: Good Works||
|5. Good Works: In Your Vocation||
|6. Good Works: In Your Ministry||
|7. Good Works: To Your Neighbor||
|8. Good Works: To Your Family||
|Section 3: Life Mission||
|9. Friendship: Find the People Who Are Looking For You||
|10. Opposition: Warfare and the Challenge of Weakness||
|11. Secret of Disciplines: Your Day of Solitude||
|12. Calling and Legacy||
|Online Interactive Projects|
|Section 1: Discovering Your Unique Spiritual DNA|
|1. Foundational Questions|
|2. Exploring Natural God-given Strengths|
|3. Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts|
|4. Life Passion Exercise|
|Section 2: Documenting God’s Path for Your Life|
|1. Personal and Family Timeline|
|2. Vocation and Work Timeline|
|3. Ministry Timeline|
|Section 3: Listening to the Small Still Voice of God|
|1. Day of Solitude – S.O.L.O. Workbook|
|2. My 210 M.A.P. – My Ministry Action Plan|
210 PROJECT FACILITATOR GUIDE
Our goal with the Facilitator Guide is to provide Christ followers, who have diverse gifts and talents, the basic materials needed for a dynamic group session. A general outline with suggested questions and discussion starters are included – perfect for facilitating a group that has completed the homework assignments as encouraged. In addition, we have included several appendices, corresponding with specific session outlines, which include additional information for those facilitators wanting to go deeper.
Nesbitt says that “fads start at the top and move down and movements start at the bottom and move up. I think Nesbitt is saying that movements start with you and me. It’s also what Jesus was talking about when he explained, “The Kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed…” Big things come from God-beginnings!”
By signing your name to the commitment declaration below, you are saying, “count me in”… Today, I commit myself to fulfilling my God-given calling in my generation, and helping others to do the same. We are standing with you, looking forward to the wonderful work God is going to do in our lives, and through our lives.