• Dr. Leah Fortson


Updated: May 25, 2019

Take some time to work on your purpose today! Most of us work for our employers 40 plus hours a week and spend little to no time on the things that will have eternal significance. You may not have discovered it yet, but you have a purpose in life that requires cultivation. I’ve been working on my book for 3 plus years (on and off of course) and It has been one of the most difficult tasks God has assigned me. As difficult as it is, God continues to challenge me to expose my heart, to bare my soul, to let down my defenses so that people can truly see the transformation that has taken place in my life. I didn’t fully understand why until this very moment - My Purpose!

So here’s my prayer for you today: May your purpose disturb your complacency. May your purpose cause you to take risks, to be vulnerable, and to testify of the wonders God has done in your life. May your purpose activate a deep cultivation in you so that when your purpose meets opportunity you will be ready!