How can we as the Church body be faithful stewards to God’s word and thrive? Is it even possible to live in a world that does not coincide with biblical principles and thrive spiritually? Being able to reconcile how to manage family relationships, finances, career, our social lives and health as a Christian in a secular and hyper-competitive world is difficult.
There is hope. Ryan Luchau, in Chasing Impact, has been transparent in his struggles as a Christian man, husband, father and professional to help others consider the role of these “thrive factors” in a biblical context.
Being a Christian means so much more than just going to church on Sunday mornings. It means having an intimate connection with the Almighty Creator of the Universe, our Everlasting Father and it means living for Jesus as his hands and feet to serve a hurting and broken world. It means being able to thrive and live in impact according to the soul purpose that aligns with God’s will for our lives.
Through his experience as a military chaplain and the lens of the Christian faith, Ryan shares six primary areas in life that have been the source of pain, stress, and conflict for many of his military peers and Veterans who he has been fortunate to walk through life with. When we consider these “thrive factors” biblically we have the ability to change the trajectory of our lives, to thrive, and ultimately live in impact.