Your purpose is found and fulfilled in the middle of life's everyday, rather ordinary events. Our days are filled with seemingly insignificant activities. We "chase donkeys" at work and at home while wondering, "Why am I here?" and "What should I be doing?" Pastor A. R. Bernard says God uses these mundane activities of our lives to prepare us for and direct us to our purpose. But God not only designs and wires us for a unique and specific purpose, he decides what that purpose will be. He decides it and we fulfill it in a day-by-day discovery directed by him. In the book's four sections--Created for Purpose, Prepared for Purpose, Equipped for Purpose, and Directed to Purpose--we learn will learn that: God created me for a reason; He has important work for me to do; He's leading me toward that work; He's waiting patiently for me to arrive at the intersection of my talents and his plans; it's my responsibility simply to trust and obey.