Are you ready to stop living reactively, feeling emotionally exhausted, and being pulled in multiple directions? We struggle to keep up with the demands of life―but God invites us into freedom. We feel anxious and overwhelmed―but God promises peace. We’re stretched and empty―but God offers purpose. The Intentional Year is an invitation to stop right now, right where you are, and choose to live on purpose. This isn’t just about aspirations or self-improvement―a flourishing life is tangible and possible. With stories, practices, and a road map into intentionality, Holly and Glenn Packiam will guide you into simple ways to grow personally. Experience freedom to invest time and energy into the people you value most and into the purpose you were made for. As you step into your intentional year, you’ll … reflect on the lessons and celebrations of the past season;identify themes and a sense of calling for the season ahead; andimplement new rhythms of prayer, rest, renewal, relationships, and work. Life doesn’t have to be something that just happens to us. It’s time to start practicing the life-giving rhythms of an intentional life―starting today. Glenn Packiam is an associate senior pastor at New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and the lead pastor of New Life Downtown, a New Life congregation. He is the author of six books, including “Blessed Broken Given: How Your Story Becomes Sacred in the Hands of Jesus (Multnomah, 2019)” and “Worship an the World to Come (IVP Academic, 2020). Glenn earned a Doctorate in Theology and Ministry from Durham University in the UK. He also holds BA in Theological/Historical Studies and Masters in Management from Oral Roberts University, and a Graduate Certificate in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is an adjunct professor at Denver Seminary and a Visiting Fellow at St. John’s College at Durham University. He is also an ordained priest with the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA). A regular speaker at conferences for pastors and church leaders, Glenn has also taught seminars and classes at Durham University (Cranmer Hall), Denver Seminary, Calvin College, Samford University, and Trinity School for Ministry, and has preached at chapel services at Oxford University (Wycliffe Hall), Biola University, and Asbury Seminary. Glenn was one of the founding leaders and songwriters for the Desperation Band and has been featured on several Desperation Band and NewLifeWorship recordings. He has also released three solo projects with Integrity Music, “The Mystery of Faith”, “The Kingdom Comes”, and “Rumors and Revelations”. As a signed songwriter with Integrity Music, he has had the honor of writing and co-writing over 65 worship songs, including several well-loved songs, like “Your Name” and “My Savior Lives.” Glenn, his wife, Holly, their four children are enjoying life in the shadow of the mighty.