Whether you find yourself struggling with picking the right college, making a career change, parenting, what life holds for you in retirement, or anything in between, all of these decisions require a strong foundation in your purpose.
Use this book as a guide on your journey!
About Pastor Perkins and Purpose-Full Pursuits
Marlon T. Perkins, Sr. is pastor of Living Waters Worship Center of Seventh-day Adventists in Dallas, Texas. A native of Memphis, Tennessee, he holds a B.A. in Political Science and a Master of Divinity.
In 2018, he launched Purpose-Full Pursuits LLC, a ministry dedicated to equipping individuals to discover and pursue their God-given purposes in life.
With almost thirty years of pastoral experience, serving congregations spanning the U.S. from the northwest, midwest, and the south, Marlon has conducted a number of seminars in areas of theology, religious liberty and personal development for church and non-church audiences alike. He and his wife Shurla are the proud parents of two young adult children, Marlon Jr., and Reba.
“To live with purpose is to live on purpose.”
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Three Things You Need to Know… About Purpose (Part 1 of 3)
“Why am I here? What is my real purpose? What should I be doing with my life?’ This lack of self-understanding and direction is a health problem itself, in a sense, for it can lead to all sorts of emotional stress, including depression, anxiety, and fatigue…It’s not...read more
Three Things You Need to Know… About Purpose (Part 2 of 3)
In continuing our journey regarding your purpose...the question may continue to be - What is my purpose? Well... 2. Purpose is God-guided. “There is no other truth that compares in importance for successful living with the truth that there is a benevolent...read more
Three Things You Need to Know… About Purpose (Part 3 of 3)
“There is no other truth that compares in importance for successful living with the truth that there is a benevolent God who is working out His plans in the affairs of men.”* In my last article that appeared in the January/February 2007 issue of Message, I outlined...read more