Living a Life Without Regret

By Mark Harris

In the book, Chase the Lion, Mark Batterson posed an interesting question. “At the end of your life, what will be your greatest regret?”

He asked, “Will it be God-ordained opportunities you left on the table? Will it be God-given passions you didn’t pursue? Will it be God-sized dreams you didn’t go after?”

Many Christians will realize too late in life—whatever the regret—that fear will be at the root. Batterson says, “Most of us spend our lives running away from things that make us afraid. We forfeit our dreams on the altar of fear.”

4Tucson is a place where Christians are encouraged to chase God-sized pursuits. It is a place where opportunities are seized, passions are followed and dreams become reality. It is never too late to accept a God-sized call to make a difference.

When you join 4Tucson we will introduce you to other Christians across the city who are putting fear behind them to live lives without regret. You will meet people, living right here in Tucson, with whom you will share heaven for eternity. Wouldn’t it be great to get to know them and work with them to fulfill what God has called each of us to do?

Each month, various domains intentionally organize fellowship meetings to introduce Christians across the city to each other and discover ways to make a difference in Tucson.

I want to encourage you to live a life without regret. Join 4Tucson. Work with other Christians to make our city one of the most livable cities in the world. Working with others toward a common goal causes fear to flee.

But as it is written: "Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor have entered into the heart of man the things which God has prepared for those who love Him." 1 Corinthians 2:9 (NKJ)

Your future is waiting.

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