Do you believe Me when I say I have a plan and purpose for your life? Follow Me. I Am a good shepherd and I care for My sheep. I always lead you beside still waters, into green pastures and better things. Hear My voice saying, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.”


Time is one of my favorite subjects. I love books that deal with stewarding time, managing it and using the time that you have to the full. Jesus calls this “abundant” life. I’m talking about alignment and stewarding my life toward a purpose with purpose

Well, because I love this topic, I went to a T.D. Jakes “Maximizing the Moment” conference and I guarantee you there were thirty thousand people there. I decided before I got there that I was all in and this was going to change my life. 

So I’m sitting there and I figured it’d take 30-40 minutes before my mind was actually blown – wrong. TD Jakes walked out to the stage, and the first words out of his mouth were like a bomb going off in my spirit.

“It is one thing for God to reveal to you His plan. It’s another thing for you to conform your life to the image of God’s plan.” – T.D. Jakes. 

It was like, drop the mic, I’m done. I cannot tell you how that one statement changed my life. It’s one of the most profound experiences I’ve ever had with revelation knowledge and I went, “got it.” Because of that one statement, all these things lined up in that second and I’ve never been the same. 

The power of God, the Holy Spirit, quickened that word and changed the life of Troy Brewer in a second. Alignment is a big part of my assignment. As your pastor, my assignment is to not only let you know God has a plan for you but that you can actually engage in it right now

Whether you’re churchy or not churchy, black, white, Hispanic, native American – whatever –  rich, poor, male or female, you can actually engage in the Kingdom, right now. Get into alignment for your assignment. Follow your shepherd – you know His voice – and He will lead you to your identity, purpose, and destiny. Conform your life to Him and you’ll never be the same.

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” – Proverbs 3:5-6