Intentionality 🚀 and the Believer 🕇

In his bestselling book, The 15 laws of Growth, John Maxwell lists intentionality as the first and most important law of personal growth.

The law of intentionality states that growth doesn’t just happen.

Whether you’re seeking… 

  • Intellectual growth
  • Financial growth
  • Spiritual growth
  • Or even physical (muscles) growth

It will require intentionality. You won’t become smarter or more knowledgeable by accident or prayer alone. You won’t become richer by accident or by prayer alone. You won’t become a strong believer by accident or by prayer alone. And you surely won’t have the physique of a bodybuilder by accident or prayer alone.

These things require purposeful planning and action. They require intentionality.

And yet, there are many believers who think that it will all happen supernaturallycfor them. They think that if they believe enough for it, or pray enough for it, or decree enough for it, their lives will transform supernaturally. 

Well, in this week’s podcast, I (Sebastien) will talk about the importance of intentionality in the life of the believer. And, yes, I’ll probably step on some toes, but that’s why you like this podcast, right?

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About the author, Sebastien

Sebastien Richard was born in Montreal, Canada, in 1974. He is happlily married, has three children (Jason, Marissa, and Katelyn), and now resides in Prince Edward Island (Canada). He is a sought-after Bible teacher, and speaker.

In 2015, God led him to found Thriving on Purpose (, a Faith-based organization where (along with his wife, Elisabeth) he provides Kingdom knowledge for today's believers, helping them to build up the Kingdom of God and tear down strongholds.

Aside from his next books, Sebastien is most active in producing impactful content for his weekly Facebook broadcasts.

When he's not busy with ministry, or courageously leading his family to further happiness and bliss, he enjoys masterminding with Elisabeth at breakfast time, family road trips, researching fringe theories, cryptozoology, geek culture, and movie nights with the kids while chowing down pizza.

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