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Four Questions to Ask When You Don't Know What to Do

by Andy Stanley

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Throughout our lives, we are confronted with decisions we never anticipated having to make—relationship decisions, career decisions, financial decisions, parenting decisions—the list goes on and on. To complicate matters further, the timeframe for making a decision is often short and our options limited. Regardless, a decision must be made.

So, what do you do when it’s your move and you aren’t sure what to do? In this 4-part series, Andy Stanley offers four powerful questions that will help you determine your best move. DOWNLOAD ONLY

Part 1 - Really (Andy Stanley)

Break up or press on? Explore new job opportunities or stay put? Say something or stay silent? We are all faced with decisions that we never anticipated having to make. And we usually have to make them quickly. So what do we do? In this message, Andy Stanley reveals an important question we need to ask ourselves as we're deciding. Jeremiah 17:9

Part 2 - The Story of Your Life (Andy Stanley)

Every decision and the outcomes of those decisions become a permanent part of your story. Luckily, in God's big picture, you get to write that story. So, what can you do to make it a story you want to tell? In this message, Andy Stanley asks the second of four questions you need to consider to ensure a life story worth telling. Genesis 39:8-10, Genesis 40-41

Part 3 - Pay Attention to the Tension (Andy Stanley)

Often, a tension arises when we face unexpected circumstances that require immediate action. And it signals a need to . . . pause. When that happens, there's a question we need to ask ourselves. In this message, Andy Stanley reveals that question. 1 Samuel 25:15

Part 4 - Passin' It On (Andy Stanley)

Do you sometimes wonder if there's more to this life than this life? In the last of this four-part series, Andy Stanley addresses that issue and gives us the fourth question we need to ask when we are forced to make unexpected decisions. This question raises the bar and brings extraordinary clarity to our decision-making process. Matthew 5:14-16, 1 Corinthians 6:19-20

Throughout our lives, we are confronted with decisions we never anticipated having to make—relationship decisions, career decisions, financial decisions, parenting decisions—the list goes on and on. To complicate matters further, the timeframe for making a decision is often short and our options limited. Regardless, a decision must be made.

So, what do you do when it’s your move and you aren’t sure what to do? In this 4-part series, Andy Stanley offers four powerful questions that will help you determine your best move. DOWNLOAD ONLY

Part 1 - Really (Andy Stanley)

Break up or press on? Explore new job opportunities or stay put? Say something or stay silent? We are all faced with decisions that we never anticipated having to make. And we usually have to make them quickly. So what do we do? In this message, Andy Stanley reveals an important question we need to ask ourselves as we're deciding. Jeremiah 17:9

Part 2 - The Story of Your Life (Andy Stanley)

Every decision and the outcomes of those decisions become a permanent part of your story. Luckily, in God's big picture, you get to write that story. So, what can you do to make it a story you want to tell? In this message, Andy Stanley asks the second of four questions you need to consider to ensure a life story worth telling. Genesis 39:8-10, Genesis 40-41

Part 3 - Pay Attention to the Tension (Andy Stanley)

Often, a tension arises when we face unexpected circumstances that require immediate action. And it signals a need to . . . pause. When that happens, there's a question we need to ask ourselves. In this message, Andy Stanley reveals that question. 1 Samuel 25:15

Part 4 - Passin' It On (Andy Stanley)

Do you sometimes wonder if there's more to this life than this life? In the last of this four-part series, Andy Stanley addresses that issue and gives us the fourth question we need to ask when we are forced to make unexpected decisions. This question raises the bar and brings extraordinary clarity to our decision-making process. Matthew 5:14-16, 1 Corinthians 6:19-20