Mission Statement

In 2006, I attended the memorial service for a young woman who was incredibly amazing and managed to touch more lives for Jesus in her very short tenure than some people touch in the lengthy years they are given.

One of the most interesting things to me was reading her Mission Statement. Barely in her 20’s, she had spent time focusing on what mattered most in her life and what anchored her and what she believed.

I studied that for many days and determined that it was time I did this in my own life. When I read it 8 years later, it remains unchanged, unedited, unwavering:

My Mission Statement             July 8, 2006

I believe that I was born of the Fall – that I was born lost.

I believe that Christ died for me; that He took my place and paid the debt of my sin – all of it – the sin brought on by Adam & Eve and my own sinful choices.

I believe that because of His sacrifice, I am forgiven and reconciled back to God.

I believe that until Christ returns to earth for final judgment, I live in the tension of being sanctified and of needing daily forgiveness and cleansing because I exist and function in a fallen world.

I believe that each and every day I make the choice to lay down my life; to die to my natural self and allow the life of Christ to be lived out in me.

I believe that I live in constant revelation, but that I only have dim knowledge.

I believe that Jesus commissioned me to go and spread the Gospel. Because Christ lives in me; every day, everywhere I go, the life of Christ has expression to this world. My life is connected irrevocably to the LIVING Christ.

My hands are His Hands; my feet are His Feet; my eyes are His Eyes; my ears are His Ears; my mouth is His Mouth; my mind is His Mind; my heart is His Heart.

My mission is to be a vessel for the outpouring of my Savior every moment <3

4 thoughts on “Mission Statement

  1. Wow!
    I just “stumbled” onto your blog! And a big “Hey, I know you” when I saw your name and picture. I enjoyed reading your words of wisdom! Thanks for sharing the Light of Christ.

    1. Thank you Caroline. I am glad you found it. Will have to check out your site, just realized you have one that looks interesting =0)

  2. Just read this Laura. My tears again for those Betsy touched of whom I had no idea. It’s a tender mercy for me today as I so struggle with missing her lately.

    1. Yes dear one. Although I didn’t have the honor and privilege of knowing her, she has impacted my life for the better in so many ways. She has left a legacy for the young and the old <3 God bless you dear sister

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