Assigned Reading

Right People, Right Place, Right Plan, Chapter 5

Underline or highlight parts of the chapter that have meaning for you and feel free to write in the margins when something has special appeal or something is revealed to you about your life and situation. 


Bible Reading:

  1. Galatians chapters 4 and 5
  2. Psalm chapters 9-14


Watch the Following Videos


Spend the next 12-15 minutes in worship and contemplation, thinking on the things from this week’s activities.


Please Answer the Following Questions

  1. Give a brief summary of your Bible readings for lesson 3
  2. List 3-5 key points that were discussed in the book readings and videos and then give your understanding for each of those key points.
  3. Chapter 5 talks about being in the right place, but it also says that many times the right place is preceded by a place of discomfort. Talk about the place where you are right now as it relates to the two talked about in chapter 5. 
  4. Please do not rush through the following set of insights into your purpose: The following are some very important questions I would like for you to consider and write responses to: Close your eyes and imagine for a moment your ideal place of work or your place of purpose. Just take a minute to let that place fill in around you as it becomes clearer in your mind’s eye. What kinds of things are you doing there? Who is there with you? Who are you serving in that place? Does that place have a name? Who do you know that is currently doing what you are doing in that place?
  5. Based on what you have learned in this lesson, are there any areas of your life or anything that you will begin to do or think of differently?
  6. Ask any question or make any comments to your instructor for feedback. 


Submit a one paragraph minimum reflection on this lesson, along with your answers to the questions above, by clicking on the "Contact Instructor" button located below. After you have submitted your answers, you will receive a personalized response from your course instructor based on your answers.


Reflection should include the following:  

  1. What you learned 
  2. What had the most value for you or applied to your life 
  3. Any other take-aways


Move on to lesson four when you're ready.