Are you ready to pursue your passion and purpose with Christ?

Pursue The Passion is a seven-day digital study based on the life of Christ and His Crucifixion. Through film, scripture and discussion questions, it is designed to inspire reflection on our life purpose and how to use our talents to further the Kingdom of God. When we focus on Jesus’ plan for our lives and follow His will, then our purpose becomes more clear. Jesus is the ultimate example of this, and we will see this demonstrated in the film, The Passion of the Christ.

We are God’s passion, and He is ours. Pursue your passion and you will find your purpose! Get started on your journey.

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