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Three Questions to Get the New Year Off to a Good Start

by Andy Stanley


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      Regardless of our age or stage of life, a new year is a time for reflection and personal evaluation. What do I want to accomplish this year? What do I want to do differently this year? What do I need to change? In addition to the questions we usually ask this time of year, there are three questions we ought to ask. Deeper questions. Questions that force us to look outside the realm of personal goals and accomplishments. Questions that may actually lead us to accomplish more than we ever dreamed. What would I like to see God do? Who will I do life with? Where will I go? Sound Intriguing? If so, listen to these three messages to get your year started off right. DOWNLOAD ONLY

      Part 1 - Asking Big (Andy Stanley)

      We all know that we should pray, but what exactly should we be praying for? What is it that God wants us to pray for? The disciples pulled Jesus aside and asked him this very question. And his answer may surprise you. In fact, when you compare your prayers to what Jesus had to say, you may find that you've come to emphasize the wrong things. It could be that your prayers are too small. Luke 11:1-4; Luke 11:5-8; Luke 18:1-8; Luke 11:9-10

      Part 2 - Doing Life (Andy Stanley)

      We all want to be known for something. Whether it's for being successful or influential or something else we see as impressive, we spend a lot of time and energy projecting an image of ourselves that we think will gain us acceptance from others. But this isn't who we really are, and if we aren't careful, we'll end up going through life without being truly known by anyone. And this will rob us of ever knowing true acceptance. James 5:16; Hebrews 10:24-25; Galatians 6:1-3; Romans 14:1,15:7

      Part 3 - Going Long (Andy Stanley)

      We are a part of one of the most exciting stories in the history of the human race. It is a story that has been unfolding for thousands of years and a story that is unlikely in almost all of its details. It is the story of Christianity and how it has spread from a small band of followers to a religious movement that has gone to the ends of the earth. It is a story that is not yet over and a story in which we have been called to play a significant part. Acts 1:3-8; Matthew 28:19-20