The All New Church-Wide Campaign From Pastor Rick Warren: What On Earth Am I Here For? The All New Church-Wide Campaign From Pastor Rick Warren: What On Earth Am I Here For?
Reimagined for the Next Generation
The Church-Wide Campaign

Lead your Church in an experience that will answer the most fundamental question everyone faces in life – What on Earth Am I Here For?

The understanding of our unique purpose depends on how we answer this question.  The What on Earth Am I Here For? Campaign is an all-new 6 session video & workbook teaching from Pastor Rick Warren. Inspired by the original Purpose Driven Life small group study, this all-new curriculum is designed to unite and ignite small groups in your Church.

The What on Earth Am I Here For? National Kickoff is February 3rd, 2013. This allows your Church to complete the Campaign on March 17th, leading up to Easter Sunday services on March 31st. There are also many Churches that will start after the National Kickoff group. Download the Success Guide for your Church.

The Book

10 years ago, Pastor Rick Warren wrote The Purpose Driven Life that changed the way millions of people understand their meaning and significance. The book has since become the best-selling nonfiction hardback book in history. 

This transformative book has been expanded and reimagined with 2 new chapters, a new cover, and free online extras that address the crucial needs of a new generation. 

What's included

Small Group Workbook

6 Session Teaching DVD

Sermons from Pastor Rick

Expanded New Book with 2 New Chapters and Devotions

Training Materials

Advertising Materials

Online Extras


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“Reliable friends who do what they say are like cool drinks in sweltering heat — refreshing!” (Proverbs 25:13 MSG)

The more people trust you, the happier you’re going to be. If people don’t trust you, you’re going to live a pretty miserable life.

If you want to be happy, you’ve got to become somebody that people trust.

Paul uses Timothy as an example of this: “You know the kind of person Timothy is. You know he has served with me in telling the Good News, as a son serves his father” (Philippians 2:22 NCV). 

Paul had seen Timothy in action, in all kinds of circumstances, and he considered him genuine, trustworthy, and reliable. God’s Word translation says, “You know what kind of person Timothy proved to be.” Do people know what kind of person you really are? Have you been proven trustworthy like Timothy?

Any time you go to a bank for a loan, they’re going to do a credit check. They want to know if you’re worthy of being trusted with credit. Do you pay your bills on time? Do you have a track record of keeping your word? Can you be depended on to pay this money back? Are you creditable?

The thing is, everybody around you is doing a credit check on your life every moment of your life. They want to know if you are what you say you are. Are you the real deal? Are you showing your true colors? Can you be trusted?

If you’re going to be happy in your relationships and in life, you have to learn to be a trustworthy and reliable person.

How do you develop a reputation of reliability?

First, you live with integrity. Integrity doesn’t mean you’re perfect. It means what you see is what you get. You are the real deal, because your actions match your words.

Proverbs 25:13 says, “Reliable friends who do what they say are like cool drinks in sweltering heat — refreshing!” (MSG) Can your friends rely on you to be the person you claim to be?

Second, you keep your promises.

Psalm 15:4 says, “They always do what they promise, no matter how much it may cost” (TEV).

This means you keep a promise, even when you find out it’s going to cost you more than you thought.

Learning to live with integrity and keep your promises will show others that you can be trusted and will in turn make you a much happier person.

Talk It Over

  • Why do you think the Bible compares a reliable friend to a refreshing drink in sweltering heat? What is the value of a trustworthy friend?
  • Do you consider yourself to be a person of integrity? Why or why not?
  • What are the ways you live your life differently in different situations?



 
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