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iEsther women of the International Church of Shanghai complete The 210 Project

Businesswomen in China Use The 210 Project to Clarify Life Purpose

August 6, 2018
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Christabel Lo had recently stepped into a leadership role with iEsther, a ministry of the International Church of Shanghai for expatriate businesswomen living in China, and was looking for material to use to kick off the group’s 2018 theme, “Arise & Shine.” By chance she discovered The 210 Project while attending a Halftime leadership summit.…

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Mona McDonald

“God Connection” Leads New Adult Ministry to the 210 Project

August 15, 2016
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Mona McDonald had been involved with Arizona Baptist Children’s Services and Family Ministries (ABCS) for more than a decade when she recently felt God’s call to focus on the state’s aging adult population. “Arizona baby boomers are turning 65 at an unprecedented rate,” says Mona. That exploding demographic has unique needs, she noted. And they…

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Life Coach Guides 20-Somethings to Identity and Purpose

April 30, 2014
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“Young adults are looking for a sense of direction,” says life coach Annie Wukelic. “The Leading From Your Strengths profiles hook them in because they love learning about themselves and discovering their identity.” After ten years as a registered nurse and stint as children’s ministry director at a large west coast church Annie turned to…

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Your Place in God’s Story, Part 3

June 18, 2013
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What Should I Do? Third in a 4-part series about finding and living out your life’s purpose In that search for meaningful lives, one of the first questions people ask is, “Why am I here?” But not too far behind comes a second one: “What should I do?” Tasks, assignments, purpose – name it what…

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Your Place In God’s Story, Part 1

June 4, 2013
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Is This As Good As It Gets? First in a 4-part series about finding and living out your life’s purpose People hunger for their lives to have meaning … and we believe we can make a difference. 97% of Americans who are self-identified as religiously active believe they have the ability to impact their community…

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