The Dream Giver: Following Your God-Given Destiny

The Dream Giver: Following Your God-Given Destiny

Bruce Wilkinson, David Kopp

Language: English

Pages: 0

ISBN: 1590522036

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The Dream Giver: Following Your God-Given Destiny

Bruce Wilkinson, David Kopp

Language: English

Pages: 0

ISBN: 1590522036

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Bestselling author Bruce Wilkinson shows how to identify and overcome the obstacles that keep millions from living the life they were created for. He begins with a compelling modern-day parable about Ordinary, who dares to leave the Land of Familiar to pursue his Big Dream. With the help of the Dream Giver, Ordinary begins the hardest and most rewarding journey of his life. Wilkinson gives readers practical, biblical keys to fulfilling their own dream, revealing that there's no limit to what God can accomplish when we choose to pursue the dreams He gives us for His honor.

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INTRODUCTION MEET YOUR DREAM COACH I hope you enjoyed the story of Ordinary and his journey to achieve his Big Dream. Most of us can relate to the character of Ordinary because at times we feel very ordinary ourselves. In a world as vast and impersonal as ours, it’s easy to feel like a Nobody, isn’t it? But the truth Ordinary discovered from the Dream Giver is that every Nobody was made to be a Somebody. And the key to discovering all you are meant to do and be is to wake up to the

happen because we have sinned (although we can lengthen our time there). Instead, the WasteLand happens for a good and important reason: It is an invaluable season of preparation. It is the place where God transforms you into the person who can do your Dream. The WasteLand is the Dream Giver’s loving gift to Dreamers with a future! THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING IN OVER YOUR HEAD I was eating lunch with a friend who has a PhD in leadership development. I asked him, “Based on all your research

his long white feather inside. Soon, Ordinary was walking away from the comfortable center of Familiar, where almost every Nobody lived. He was heading toward the Border, where almost no Nobodies ever went. Ordinary had never dared to walk this way before. But, like every Nobody, he knew that the farther you walked from the center of Familiar, the less familiar things became. He also knew that most Nobodies who tried to leave the Comfort Zone of Familiar became so uncomfortable, they turned

CONVERSATIONS WITH THE DREAM COACH “I want to take a risk of faith, but I don’t know what to do. What does a risk actually look like?” —Celia, Miami, Florida You take a risk when something important is at stake—and you might lose—but you decide to move forward for God. David took a risk in going out to battle Goliath. For you, it might be a phone call or a public commitment. A risk of faith takes you toward your Dream, even if it doesn’t feel comfortable to you. One risk I’ve taken lately

pastors, leaders, and laymen. The conference was linked by satellite to churches and organizations all over southern Africa. Over the course of the conference, I shared my heart about the orphans. And I presented a plan that our team had developed, called Turn the Tide for Children, to work with churches and faith-based initiatives throughout Africa. But my challenge to the conferees was specific. I was asking this group to sponsor one thousand orphans at 150 rand (about twenty dollars) each per

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