Gospel-Centered Life Design
You will never drift into a life that matters.
There are 3 steps to liking the way you live, doing the work you love and dreaming with God again. How you take the steps is up to you.
Choose from online courses, virtual or in-person cohorts, intensive events, and one-on-one coaching from a certified Younique trainer.
As you go through the Younique Journey your life beautifully unfolds in front of you as you begin to see the tapestry of God’s bigger plan. It’s like scales falling from your eyes as you begin to see how each experience in your life connects to who you are, how you see the world, and God’s plan for your life.Tania B., Certified Coach
Discover & Name Your Life Call
Look Ahead & Set Specific Goals
Live & Refine Your Life Plan Over Time
Like The Life You Live. Do the Work You Love.
Watch Shawn Vela’s Younique story about how he gained renewed motivation and clarity after discovering his Life Call.
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UPDATED AUGUST 2020 This post was was written as a collaborative effort from our team about a year ago. It speaks to 4 potential ways a church as an organization may relate to individuals who are a part of that church. Given the disruption in our culture in 2020, many churches have discovered that they…
by Dave Rhodes and Cory Hartman Is the pursuit of calling just for white-collar professionals and their “no-collar” successors? Are blue-collar, working-class people unwelcome in the church’s vocation conversation? That challenge is posed by Gustavo H. R. Santos in a recent article for Comment magazine—a challenge that we at Younique feel directly and know we…
Let’s start with the obvious: church leaders want to do better at making disciples than they are right now.I have conversations with pastors every week, and I rarely hear one of them say, “I think we’re doing pretty well making disciples of Jesus . . . I don’t think we need much improvement in that area.”…
Want to know the short answer for why the last “silver bullet” that would fix all the ills of your church didn’t work? It’s a short and simple: There’s no such thing as a silver bullet for this. The reason we’ve become accustomed to thinking about things like a “silver bullet” is because we’ve grown…