The Intentional Life Series by Ramesh P. Richard

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This set includes all three books of the Intentional Life Series: Soul Passion, Soul Mission, and Soul Vision.

Throughout the Ages, humanity has pursued the "meaning of life." However, most of us live decidedly arbitrary lives, muddling through from day to day. In the Intentional Life Series, Dr. Ramesh Richard, who has been called the layman's Ravi Zacharias, articulates how a meaningful life must be a truly intentional life comprised of passion, mission, and vision. He believes that in order for us to embody our true selves and become what we were designed to be, we must reevaluate that passion, mission, and vision and conform them to God's will.

In Soul Passion, Richard argues that even though many of us know there must be something more to life, we stumble about with undirected goals and undiscovered passion. He motivates readers to ask themselves what their passion is -- where they have placed their heart, love, trust, and sufficiency. Discovering your soul passion is the foundation for living a biblically well-built and profitable life.

In Soul Mission, Richard explores what it means to have a mission for your life that is in response to God's universal purpose. Readers will find themselves deeply challenged to evaluate why they're here and find assistance with developing their own soul mission.

In Soul Vision, Richard closes the trilogy by orienting his readers to the future, through guidance from the Divine Visionary. 

 

About Ramesh P. Richard

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RAMESH RICHARD (B.Com., Madras Christian College; Th.M., Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Delhi), a member of the Dallas Theological Seminary faculty for more than twenty years, is the founder and president of Ramesh Richard Evangelism and Church Health (RREACH). He is the author of a number of books including Soul Passion and Mending Your Soul. Ramesh, his wife Bonnie, and their three children live in the Dallas area.
 
Published May 1, 2004 by Moody Publishers. 504 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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