Find Your Unique Purpose In Life
Practical tools to help you live out your God-given destiny
I wanted to weep for all the years of not understanding who I am. It was a complete release to understand for the first time that nothing was wrong with me – and that there was a way out.”
Honestly, all that Heath taught was new and very valuable information. The most helpful part was believing and receiving that I am God’s beloved.”
Self-knowledge Transformation Plan
Learn About Yourself
Learn the difference between "personality" and "authentic self."
Do the Work
Keep a journal and do daily exercises that develop foundational habits.
See Change in Yourself
Set out on the path to self-knowledge and lasting transformation.
What’s this gonna cost me?
You were made on purpose and for purpose. Your time on Earth is limited and precious. What’s the cost of not being who you were created to be?
Don’t waste another day living a low-purpose life. Stop wondering and worrying. Get the insight and the tools you need to begin confidently moving into your specific destiny.
Know Yourself to Know God
- A 30-day course with 4 audio teachings (CD or MP3) and a Journey Journal (PDF) will help you discover your authentic self so that you can better know yourself and God – knowledge critical to fulfilling your destiny.
Identity & Destiny Boot Camp
- Six hour-plus MP3 lessons and a 23-page workbook (PDF) helps you clarify your identity by showing you what’s going on in your head using Biblical principles and modern psychology. Reclaim your purpose and live it with joy!
Know Your Destiny Bundle
- Get both programs and supercharge the path to your purpose!
One-on-one coaching, live and web-based group workshops, and weekend retreats are also available.
Thanks for your teaching on destiny. [Famous TV preacher] had sickened me on the concept until now!”
The biggest lesson…is learning to hear and experience God’s love in a way I never have before.”
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