“The number of people today who lack a strong sense of purpose is astounding. Pulitzer-winning writer Katherine Anne Porter observed: ‘I am appalled at the aimlessness of most people's lives. Fifty percent don't pay any attention to where they are going; forty percent are undecided and will go in any direction. Only ten percent know what they want, and even all of them don't go toward it.'. . .
"And as philosopher-poet Ralph Waldo Emerson said, ‘The world makes a way for the man who knows where he is going.' "
—John C. Maxwell, Your Road Map
for Success
Help your students know where they are going with the Creating a Purpose-Inspired Career Game Plan guidebooks from Greater Heights. Look what J.P. Moreland has to say about them.
"A generation addicted to feeling and living in the moment will be a generation that passively drifts through life.  And drifting is an epidemic in the youth culture of America.   It is increasingly rare to find a young man or woman in their late teens who has actually tried to plan a strategy for living for Christ throughout one's future life.  And where could one go for advice on such planning?  Rick Pinkham has decisively answered that question.  His three guidebooks deftly address the need to actually plan one's future, especially one's future work, in dependence on God and in light of His design.  They also lay out a vision of co-laboring with God as teammates, and they provide timely advice on discerning God's guidance in these matters.  Pinkham is to be thanked for providing such wonderful tools for the church.  Anyone concerned about these matters will want to read these guidebooks."
—Dr. J.P. Moreland, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology
and author of numerous books including Love Your God with All Your Mind
and Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview