Live the Life You Were Made For is intended to lead participants down a path from knowing to doing, to understanding this commission better, to enacting it in the way the Holy Spirit leads.
First, we will explore how this assignment takes shape in light of God’s work. Second, we will construct a way of seeing the need to share God’s love in each learner’s life by connecting their gifting with the work of the Holy Spirit in their context. This process involves learning, reflecting, and enacting from a posture of love and hope in God’s calling.
Patrick Oden works in a variety of roles at Fuller Theological Seminary, teaching courses in theology and other topics as well as helping to develop online education for global audiences. He is an ordained minister in The Wesleyan Church and the author of four books and numerous essays.
Patrick has an MDiv and PhD in Theology and Church History from Fuller Seminary and a BA from Wheaton College where he studied history and intended to become a lawyer until God helped him realize how much he loved studying Scripture and helping others understand the work of God better.
Patrick lives in the mountains of Southern California with his wife Amy and two kids, Vianne and Oliver.
Geoff Peters serves as director of the Mission Gap Project, a ministry of Operation Mobilization which inspires Christians to put their God-given gifts, skills, and passions to work for God’s mission around the world.
For more than 20 years, this singular focus has been the center of his work with thousands of church and ministry leaders in nearly every US state and more than 60 countries. Geoff holds a BA in communications, an MBA in entrepreneurship, and certifications in Christian Studies, Change Management, Innovation and Product Development.
Geoff and his wife, Belén, live in Colorado, USA with their teenage son and infant daughter.