Knowing God’s Will and Doing it Well

A Collection of Good News Reflections

Knowing God's WillDescription: How do you know what God’s will is for your life? Do you know your calling? God has gifted you and has a desire to use your experiences and skills to help make the world a better place and to advance the purposes of his kingdom. Whether it’s in ministry or a secular job, God has a divine plan for you! 

This 23-page e-book (PDF format) is a compilation of 20 thought-provoking reflections from the daily Good News Reflections of Terry Modica, Director of Good News Ministries. Use it for meditation, spiritual guidance, and inspiration. As a bonus, it includes 3 self-assessment tests to help readers figure out which particular ministries God has gifted them to do.

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Ideas for use: Ministry and stewardship recruitment programs, Small Christian Communities, parish staff, etc.

This collection includes:

  • New Wineskins, New Mornings
  • You’re Just as Important to Jesus as His Own Blessed Mother!
  • Don’t Underestimate Your Value
  • God Does the Extraordinary with Ordinary People
  • Confused? Pay Attention!
  • How Can We Know God’s Will?
  • Deciphering God’s Will
  • What Keeps Us from Knowing God’s Will?
  • Attaining Full Knowledge of God’s Will
  • Preparation in Prayer
  • God Has Gifted You for Ministry
  • Here I Am, Lord, Use My Gifts
  • God Has Anointed You, Too!
  • Working for the Harvest Master
  • A Matter of Life and Death
  • Your Invitation to God’s Party
  • 3 Stages of Becoming a Minister for God
  • A Prayer to Become God’s Instrument
  • Self-Assessment Tests for Discerning Your Special Calling
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For Group Use:
Small Group License (up to 30 copies) $100
For Parish Use:  
Whole Parish License (unlimited printing) $190
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