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For this session, you will be listening to the last part of my talk that I gave at Baylor University in Waco, TX. The talk was entitled, "How to Live a Life with Awesome Purpose" based in Ephesians 4:1-6. If you haven't done so already, then go back and listen the first part. In a fast-paced, activistic society, words like "world changer" and "history maker" have been twisted to mean mere activism. But Jesus is changing us as we are called to be His change agents. Listen to this podcast for more insight! Session #024 Click to Listen Main Outline How to Live a Life with Awesome Purpose Main Text: Ephesians 4:1-6 #1: Be completely humble and gentle (v. 1-2) #2: Be patient and bear one another in love (v. 2) #3: Make every effort to keep unity (v. 3) Reflection Questions What does it look like for you to be patient with people around you? How do you need to change? What does it mean to keep unity and not uniformity? How can you encourage people to be unique AND unified? Resource Links Overrated (Video) by Eugene Cho Overrated (Book) by Eugene Cho How to Take Your First Steps into God's Global Mission 5 Marks of a World Changer Weekly Announcements Please consider subscribing, rating, and commenting about this podcast on iTunes Please let me know of a capable sound engineer to help with this podcast Please consider checking my availability for speaking at your next event Please consider commenting and sharing my weekly blog posts with family and friends Subscription Links Subscribe to this podcast via iTunes Subscribe to this podcast via Stitcher Subscribe to this podcast via Blackberry Your Feedback If you have a questions, suggestions, or ideas for topics for this podcast, then please comment below or send me an email. I would love to hear from you! Do you have any questions about this session? What are your thoughts about becoming a transformational South Asian church community?

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