Why You Should do the Chazown Experience

Looking for your purpose in life? Know that God has a vision for your life but you can’t quite figure out what it is? Are you looking for your Chazown or purpose statement? Maybe it’s time to check out the Chazown Experience.

Chazown – a Hebrew word meaning  dream, vision, or revelation.

Having been reading “The Power of a Whisper” by Bill Hybels and “Sun Stand Still” by Steven Furtick, and having already read “Chazown” by Craig Groeschel I was longing to find my Chazown and Sun Stand Still prayer. Wednesday night I became really anxious and decided, with the advice from a friend, to check out the Chazown Experience.

The Chazown Experience takes you on a step by step process to help you find your chazown. Using videos, interactive elements, questions, spiritual gifts test, and more it leads you to finding yours. If you are wondering what dream, vision, or revelation God has for your life I’d highly suggest doing the Chazown Experience, it’s free, easy to use, and can be done all at once or over several weeks whenever you have time to work on it.

“Everyone ends up somewhere, but few people end up somewhere on purpose.” – Craig Groeschel

Why should you do the Chazown Experience? To help you find your purpose statement for life, start living in the direction God had planned for you, and take steps towards fulfilling your chazown.

“To make a difference in the lives of children, my community, and the church by being the person God created me to be and living a lifestyle of worship and serving those around me,” is my purpose statement. God has since been revealing a possible chazown or Sun Stand Still prayer in my life as well. Do the experience today. Start living your life with the purpose God gives you.

What is your purpose statement or chazown? Have you taken the Chazown Experience yet? Share your thoughts.

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Posted on February 3, 2011, in Church Resources. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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