A time of hope. Of dreaming. And of realizing that life can be very different.

Propel Your Congregation To Flourishing in All Areas of Life

As a church leader, you recognize the spiritual discipline of managing every area of your life for God. What would it look like if the hurting people in your church and community were healed financially, relationally, and spiritually? The Designed Future’s Prosperity Program locks arms with churches to do just that.


What Is The Prosperity Program?

We promote human progress through self-awareness and personal growth, empowering individuals to utilize the power of the mind as a pathway out of debilitating life circumstances and into a better way of life. The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.

The Prosperity Program provides the tools needed to provide enough love, contentment, joy, money, success, and material things in life that your congregation will no longer waste one precious moment worrying about them. Email us for more information.


We Create a Change of Heart—Not Just a Change of Situation—In the Lives of Individuals.

Being Content Makes a Difference

What would it look like if each member of your congregation was financially and materialistically content? Worry, grief, anxiety, and fear are all attacks on our spirit and our mind. We live in an age of distraction, rushing through life, working to get all the material things we think we need. We’re constantly on the move, searching for bigger and better. To what end are we headed?

The grass isn’t greener on the other side. The grass is greener when we water it.  As we align our hearts and minds with God, then our purpose on earth will not only be clear but successful. If we want to live a more meaningful and purposeful life, a deeper transformation must occur in each of us.

Contentment and anxiety cannot exist in the same house together. If we seek to grow a rich, meaningful life, we must learn to be content with what we have. By doing so, we’ll more easily understand and accept our role as an effective manager of what God has given us. We’ll help your congregation focus on their financial goals and resist the lure of materialism.