“Flourish” Summary

In Daily Devotional, Grief and Loss, Identity, Life Issues, Purpose, Stress, Fear & Anxiety, Success by Dean Brenton

Theme of the Week: The Key to Flourishing

Bible Verse: But as it is written, “What no eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no human heart has conceived— God has prepared these things for those who love him.” 1 Corinthians 2:9 CSB

Scripture Reading: Psalm 1:1-6

When we think of these past pandemic months, the first word that comes to mind is probably not “flourishing” – frustrating, maybe, but not flourishing.  

But in the midst of all that is going on in our lives, in our country, in this world, in the middle of this pandemic, God has made it possible to flourish. He did not create us to drift aimlessly through life but always intended for us to fulfill a greater purpose. God created us to flourish in our relationships, our family, our work, and our spiritual lives. Life, however, has a way of throwing a monkey wrench into our best attempts to thrive.

The good news: flourishing is not only POSSIBLE, it is a PROMISE! There are some keys to flourishing that we will discover this week from God’s Word. Watch this video as we explore what it means to flourish no matter what in the world is going on around us.


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About
Dean Brenton
Dean has served for 13 years as the Executive Director of Ministry Development and Strategic Initiatives for the Pentecostal Assemblies of Newfoundland and Labrador (PAONL). Prior this role he served in full-time Pastoral Ministry for 15 years, as well as 2 years as Provincial Youth Director (PAONL). Dean also serves as Adjunct Faculty with Tyndale University College and Seminary. He lives in Conception Bay South, NL.
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Dean Brenton
Dean has served for 13 years as the Executive Director of Ministry Development and Strategic Initiatives for the Pentecostal Assemblies of Newfoundland and Labrador (PAONL). Prior this role he served in full-time Pastoral Ministry for 15 years, as well as 2 years as Provincial Youth Director (PAONL). Dean also serves as Adjunct Faculty with Tyndale University College and Seminary. He lives in Conception Bay South, NL.