We all are looking for greater purpose in our lives, something more than just being responsible and dependable.
Existence must mean more than another rotation on the hamster wheel of life.
We must learn to Live Life on Purpose.
To Live Life on Purpose is a decision.
It is connecting our hopes, calling, and talents with our passion. As a result of this sort of living, you will become the best version you.
I have discovered my calling to be helping men find and fulfill their own purpose.
Are you looking for deeper meaning, looking to regain the fire in your belly, or going through a life transition?
Does life just happen to you, or do you live life on purpose?
You need to know your purpose.
You need to stoke the fire in your belly.
You need to roll with the punches and take on life with vigor.
Let’s talk about how you can do that
Richard Morton, a Coach, Recovery Group Facilitator, Christian Sexual Educator, and Stephen Minister
I have led recovery groups for over 20 years, working primarily with men who are struggling with sexual brokenness. I have personally facilitated over 500 recovery meetings for various addictions for drugs & alcohol, codependency, and sexual brokenness. I have loved seeing people’s lives change.
I’ve moved 11 times throughout my childhood and attended 13 schools (preacher’s kid). I’m no stranger to strange things and to life transition. I’ve been married and divorced, and have grown as a result. It is not circumstance that defines us, but the way we respond that reveals who we are.
I had always dreamed of having a family, but I had committed to a single life after my divorce. God answered that prayer and fulfilled that dream when I unofficially adopted my adult son in 2008. I became simultaneously a dad and a grandpa, and it brings me immeasurable joy and purpose.
I seasonally work for Samaritan’s Purse as a shipping manager at their Operation Christmas Child distribution center in Atlanta.
I have had the privilege of co-teaching at Richmont Graduate University and Dallas Theological Seminary, and speaking in breakout sessions at the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) World Conference.