Session #6 The last session. Chapter 17


    If we do not get together with those who share our purpose our lives could fall apart. I always think of the game Jenga. If too many pieces are pulled out, the tower falls over. That is what happens when we don’t come together with those who share the same purpose. If we try and walk alone  with a purpose our purpose may seem less important. That is why there are churches and clubs. 

    My purpose is to glorify God in all that I do and that is why I go to church. We share the same purpose and we encourage eachother to press on by praying, helping those in need, and talking about how God is growing us in our personal lives.


    For those who have read this book you know that I am only about half way. The next sections in the book build off of what the first section is about. I hope those who have followed have enjoyed digging deep, and doing my little activities. 

Session 1 What Drives You?

Session 2 Where Are You Going?

Session 3 What Are Your Strengths?

Session 4 Walking With A Purpose

Session 5 All or None




13 thoughts on “Jenga

  1. This is making me want to re-read this book! I couldn’t agree more with how important community is. We will fall apart without it.

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  2. Great Jenga illustration. The game is great, and you are so right–without purpose everything topples. Thank you for the reminder, and for sharing your purpose!

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  3. That is so true. We all can’t survive alone and we have people who we rely and who rely on us. If we start to crumble, the rest will follow.


  4. I have yet to read this book, but I do have friends who recommend that it’s a good read. You did a good comparison with Jenga. I guess that in anything, it’s important that people should be on the same page & share a common understanding. It’s difficult to work, live, and move forward in an environment where people don’t share the same purpose.


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