By Angela Howard

VisionHave you ever tried to make a significant change in your life? Maybe you wanted to start exercising or stop snacking after dinner. Simple goals can often be harder to reach than we think. John Ortberg writes that “Habits eat willpower for breakfast.” If we want to change our habits, it’s vital to have a vision for how that change will transform our lives.

However, vision can be tricky. We don’t want to chase after just any vision. We need God’s vision for our lives. Doug Rumford writes, “The most important source of motivation is not willpower but the power of vision, an image of who God is calling us to be in Christ.”

The best place we can find a vision for our lives, our purpose and our calling is in God’s word.

Be encouraged by this short video message and find a new vision for your calling today!

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angelahoward2014-0017Angela Howard is an author and minister who loves empowering people with authentic encouragement and Biblical perspective for their imperfect lives. Her book: How to Love Your Crazy Family is on amazon and you can connect with her on her blog at noordinarydays.com