The Prosperous Soul
You were created for abundance!
Life can leave us feeling empty, sensing that there’s more, but unable to reach it. In The Prosperous Soul e-course, Dr. Cindy Trimm reveals God's path to deep fulfillment. With gentle guidance and hard-hitting inspiration, she offers the scriptural keys for true prosperity.
Don't spend another day stuck in a rut. Claim your prosperity today!
The cornerstone to all true abundance is Spiritual Prosperity. When you make the spiritual disciplines everyday practices, you position your soul to enjoy the most lasting and satisfying prosperity there possibly is—a rich life with God.
In this lesson, you will receive a vision for what abundance looks like in the area of your mind, as well as learning the keys to experiencing its blessing in your life!
To be the emotional creatures that we were designed to be and live with our emotions in balance, it is important for us to follow God’s example. In order to be emotionally prosperous people, we need to follow some essential steps that position us for abundance in this area.
When you have a healthy soul, your body will follow in its footsteps. In this lesson, Cindy Trimm offers some practical tips on how to experience physical prosperity, along with resources that will help keep you mindful of these enriching principles.
Do you want to enjoy deeper, richer, more intimate relationships? Are you tired of people who keep you in mediocrity instead of calling you up higher in life? The secret is not going out and getting new friends. The key to enjoying relational prosperity is simple: Start with you. When you change yourself, you will change the people you surround yourself with.
As you learn how to walk in abundance, you will discover that you are a channel and catalyst through which prosperity flows to society.
Our place of work is our place of worship. Learn to see our everyday tasks as opportunities for ministry.
God desires to bring increase into your life. He even delights as you enjoy the fruit of your prosperity. However, the overall vision for prosperity cannot be self-seeking.