Based on Steve Farrar’s book by the same title, we examine the decisions that many Christians make in their early 20s that have significant consequences for their life by the time they reach 40: decisions about education, career, marriage and ministry.
A recent Barna Group study found that 75% of people with some exposure to Christianity at the start of their 20s abandon their relationship with Jesus Christ by the time they are 29, and Steve Farrar points out that only 1 in 10 will make it to 40. What happened along the way?
What decisions led to consequences that “ruined the life” of so many Christians — both spiritually and literally?
Why do so many well-meaning Christians, wanting to make an impact for the Lord, end up on the side of the road? What wisdom can we learn from those who started well, and went on to finish well? What is the best way to get back on track once you’ve gotten sidetracked along the way?
|How to Ruin Your Life by 40 – Part 1||Download|
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