The Life God Designed for Me to Live

I have heard individuals – from all stages and successes of life – say something like this…

“I have no idea what I’m supposed to be doing, or how I even got to this point.”

Planning is a widely accepted value in our society. We make plans for finances, family, education, vacations, fitness, social connection, volunteering, retirement – the list goes on and on. 

Have you ever given consideration to planning around the purpose of your life? 

Questions you may be asking:

  • Who am I?
  • What is the life that God designed for me to live?
  • What do I want my life to be about?

Seasons in life in which you may be reevaluating:

  • Choosing a vocation, being let go, transitioning into a new job or vocation, preparing for retirement
  • Losing someone, something, or an opportunity
  • Feeling unsettled, unsure, confused
  • Starting something new

There is new awareness and alignment to be gained:

  • Where is a place you want to go in your life or career but are not sure the steps to get there?
  • Where are you losing the most time right now that you’d like to get back?
  • What do you want people to say about you at your funeral?
  • What do you have a sense that you should do, but just do not have the confidence to do?
  • What has been God saying to you?
  • Are you passionate about anything? How do you know?

I’d like to help you put together a written design for the future you sense God has entrusted to you. It’s hard to get far on your own, but with the help of a guide and a coaching group, you can achieve this. We will work through these three steps in seven sessions total: 

Journey from my START (What has shaped who I am?)

Journey to SELF (How am I uniquely designed?)

Journey to be SENT (What am I aligned to do?)

If you are asking any of the questions in this article, including “What is the life that God designed for me to live?,” please contact Daniel Riemenschneider (