Archive : Vocation

What do “the righteous” look like in higher education?

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?

Finding Calcutta: An “Advent”-ure

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?

Finding Calcutta: Find yourself in doing, not criticizing

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?

Finding Calcutta: How do I get there? How should I prepare for the journey?

“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?

An invitation to discuss “Finding Calcutta” by Mary Poplin

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)?

Correspondence theory & Updike’s “Seven Stanzas of Easter”

When considering the correspondence theory of truth in Christianity and Literature: Philosophical Foundations and Critical Practice (Christian Worldview Integration Series. […]