What is a full life?
Is it a life full of stuff? Full of activities? Full of good deeds and works? Or maybe it’s a life without worries or needs?
Jesus said he came so that we could each “have life and have it to the full” (John 10:10) – but if you’re like me, you don’t always feel like you’re experiencing life in all its fullness.
Regardless of our faith, where we live, or how much money we have, we all struggle with what it means to experience a full life and whether we are truly living the life God intended.
This Lenten season (the forty days leading into Easter), many of us are going to reexamine what it means to experience a full life through a six-week journey called Live Life – a global movement of youth and university/college students around the world. We’ll compare how global peers define fullness of life and how we’re spending our time to model what Jesus said and did.
This will be a campaign full of fun – with 6 weekly challenges, friends and pancakes, Scripture and photography, prayer and service! It’ll also be a global campaign – with stories of young people who are making a difference all over the world and sharing with others participants all over the world too (at the moment, young people from nearly 60 countries have already signed up!)
We hope you’ll join. The journey begins 13 February… but by signing up, you’ll be the first to get new resources!