To understand the idea of destiny, it’s important to ask this question: What does the Bible say about destiny? While this is a complex issue, you can get a better understanding about the subject by learning what the Bible does not teach. Sometimes the words ‘fate’ and ‘destiny’ are used interchangeably, but it’s important not to get caught up in the idea of fatalism, which puts predetermined events beyond human control.

Destiny Training

The Bible teaches that you were created with the ability to make moral choices, and that you are responsible for those choices. At Destiny Community Church, destiny training is a discipleship process presented in three levels of 10 classes each. The first level builds on the foundation of healthy Christian living and provides what you need to know about the G12 Vision. It’s about winning souls and making disciples.

Level two focuses on building a strong family and how to lead others into a relationship with Jesus. In level three, the focus is on the way the Holy Spirit works in your life and empowers you to live successfully. This is where the idea of destiny fits into the picture, and why the Destiny Community Church exists.

Choices

The free-will choices all people make can be used to fulfill the Great Commission, to win, consolidate, disciple, and send. First, you lead people to faith in Christ, then consolidate by caring for new believers, disciple by training people for leadership and ministry, and multiply the reach and influence through life groups.

You can learn more about destiny, about using your free will, and about winning people to faith in Christ when you visit Wolhawaii.com. There, they believe the local church is the hope of the world, a place where people are loved back to life. You can start today. You can connect with them on Facebook for more updates!

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