We continue our guest series from Richard Hughes on the vocation of Christian scholars. The following post is adapted from […]
What do you consider the characteristics of the righteous, particularly in the area of vocation? How do you envision, glimpse, even embody righteousness on campus?
In kicking off a new year, let’s prayerfully consider, discuss, work toward, learn to embrace (& even be embraced by) Kingdom Calling.
Have you found yourself on an Advent-ure as we’ve considered Finding Calcutta? Do you find yourself longing for and waiting upon the coming of the Lord in your life, your neighborhood, your discipline, your campus, your nation, the creation?
As Mother Teresa said, “You can do something I cannot do. I can do something you cannot do. Together let us do something beautiful for God.”
Questions to explore: What is the definition of calling? What are biblical characteristics of “finding” one’s calling? Who comes to […]
What are spiritual principles for our attitude and our actions in pursuing God’s calling? How are attitude, action and audience are part of our calling?
This is the second in Kelly Seaton’s series on Finding a Postdoc in the Sciences. Previously: One Postdoc’s Journey. ~ […]
How do we identify and describe the various aspects of our Christian calling? What is the difference between the Christian understanding of calling to the popular secular use of the term?
How do we understand the role of prayer in seeking our calling with the Father? In what manner may the prayers, spiritual direction, and ministry of Mother Teresa, offer some guidance as we seek to understand and live our own calling by God.
We have recently featured series about surviving graduate school from a humanities PhD and life as a faculty member from an anthropologist. […]
“Blessed are those whose strength is in you, whose hearts are set on pilgrimage” (Psalm 84). . . . How do you recognize, articulate, and carry out the relationship of Christian calling for vocation with your life’s journey in Christ? Who holds you accountable in the daily grind across the various “spheres” through which you travel?
In follow up to “Finding Calcutta: Where is Calcutta? Somewhere beyond (just) ourselves,” below is a meditation for reflection upon our calling.
Calcutta is … Calcutta is not …
As we open “Finding Calcutta: What Mother Teresa Taught Me About Meaningful Work and Service” (Mary Poplin. IVP. 2008), let’s begin by wrestling with “Finding (my/your) Calcutta.”
With our limited time, energy, finances, blog attention spans, why focus on Mary Poplin’s “Finding Calcutta: What Mother Teresa Taught Me About Meaningful Work and Service” (IVP. 2008)?
Guest blogger Hannah Eagleson continues her series What I Wish I’d Known About Graduate School. Managing coursework is definitely a challenge. […]
Our guest blogger Hannah Eagleson continues her series What I Wish I’d Known In Graduate School. As promised in my […]
Our guest blogger Hannah Eagleson concludes her Summer Quotation Series. In this last post of the series, we return to […]
Thank-you to the friend of ESN who in response to my FB Wall post on George Washington U. Professor Tapped […]
Have you ever considered The Spiritual Life as an Editorial Process? Al Hsu, an editor (and author) for InterVarsity Press, […]
When considering the correspondence theory of truth in Christianity and Literature: Philosophical Foundations and Critical Practice (Christian Worldview Integration Series. […]
Promotional Video for Looking for the King: An Inklings Novel. In Chapter 7 of Looking for the King: An Inklings […]
Make no mistake: if He rose at all it was as His body; if the cells’ dissolution did not reverse, […]