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

Pastor Rick Warren wrote The Purpose Driven Life that changed the way millions of people understand their meaning and significance. The book has become one of the best-selling nonfiction books in publishing 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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“Though he was God, he did not think of equality with God as something to cling to. Instead, he gave up his divine privileges; he took the humble position of a slave and was born as a human being. He humbled himself in obedience to God and died a criminal’s death on a cross.”  (Philippians 2:6-8 NLT)

Happiness comes from harmony, and harmony comes from humility. If you want to be a humble person, you have to learn to ask yourself a question: “What would Jesus do?” What would Jesus do in this problem? What would Jesus do for that person who’s hurting? What would Jesus do at the office? On the golf course? What would Jesus do in your marriage?

Ask this question, and you’ll always come up with a humble answer that builds harmony and happiness rather than difficulty, defeat, bitterness, and resentment.

So, what does it mean to act like Jesus? Philippians 2 gives us three examples:

Don’t demand what you think you deserve. Philippians 2:6 says, “Though he was God, he did not think of equality with God as something to cling to” (NLT).

Do you realize how counter cultural it is to give up your right to something? Yes, you have rights, but there’s a better way to get your needs met than demanding your rights. You can be tender without surrender, and you can be understanding without demanding.

Look for ways that you can serve. Philippians 2:7 says, “Instead, he gave up his divine privileges; he took the humble position of a slave and was born as a human being.”

If you want to be like Jesus, you’re going to have to learn to serve.

Do what’s right even when it’s painful. Philippians 2:8 says, “He humbled himself in obedience to God and died a criminal’s death on a cross.”

Jesus is the ultimate model of humility, and God gave him the greatest honor in the universe. God honors your humility, too, when you follow Jesus’ example and do these three things.

Talk It Over

  • What are some ways you can be “tender without surrender” in a relationship?
  • How can you serve someone without having to be asked?



 
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