Week Six In Review // Make It Happen

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Are you as amazed as I am that we’re ending Week Six of this study!?!  It has been such a blessing to learn and grow alongside of you on this journey to make things happen.  I pray that the last six weeks have been a blessing to you and that you will find the motivation and energy to make it through the last few reading assignments next week.

Let’s finish strong!

However, I consider my life worth nothing to me; my only aim is to finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the good news of God’s grace. {Acts 20:24 NIV}

This week we learned:

  • That distractions often lead us further from opportunities for growth, but that if God is calling you to something greater, He will equip you in His way and timing.
  • We set goals and create plans haphazardly, not really focusing on our core goal and what kind of legacy we want to be leaving behind, so that God, above all else is glorified.

Here’s a list of the highlights from Week Six:

What to Read

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What to Listen to

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How to Connect

  • Respond to your leader’s weekly email
  • Connect with your Study Buddy (assigned in the Facebook group)
  • Follow the Imperfect Vessel – Facebook & Instagram
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Tools & Resources

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Questions or Need Clarification?

Send them here: bree@imperfectvessel.com

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