This study guide seeks to help the readers (individuals or groups) of “Journeying to the Broad Place” gain a deeper understanding of where they are spiritually, where God wants them based... More > on His Word and how they can get there.
I encourage you as you finish each chapter in "Journeying to the Broad Place," to go the corresponding chapter in this guide; be honest in your answers and lavishly use your bible to benefit most from this study.< Less
Some of the greatest tests believers face happen within the walls of the Church. Therefore, practical steps are given from the Word and explored by my personal process on how to overcome trials that... More > are meant to stunt our growth and make us turn back so we never fulfill our destiny in Christ and the call to disciple the nations. In 2003 Journeying to the Broad Place was birthed when nothing seemed to be going right in my life at that time – professionally; spiritually and personally. The verse I was clinging to during that season is found in Psalm 118:5 “I called upon the Lord in my distress; the Lord answered me and set me in a broad place.” This verse may suggest transitioning from distress to the Broad Place is quick and easy. God can do anything to instantaneously make our situations better, right? True, but I am learning God is more interested in changing us than our situations. www.twitter.com/journeying2012< Less