We were created with an abundance of potential to do many great and wonderful things in this life. We are musicians, surgeons, athletes, dancers, artists, carpenters, writers, plumbers and more. Yet, all these titles are secondary to our primary purpose in life. And while arms and legs help accomplish these secondary roles, our greatest human purpose remains to “love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength and our neighbors as ourselves.” Did you read anything about arms and legs in that sentence? Watch this video and be inspired to recapture your primary calling from God.
Published by Jeremy Berg
Jeremy Berg is the founding and lead pastor of MainStreet Covenant Church in Mound, Minnesota, and Professor of Bible & Theology at Solid Rock Discipleship School. Jeremy is completing his doctorate in New Testament Context with Dr. Scot McKnight at Northern Seminary in Chicago. He holds a M.A. from Bethel Seminary and B.A. from Bethel University. He and his wife, Kjerstin, keep busy chasing around three kids, Peter, Isaak and Abigail. View all posts by Jeremy Berg