Teachers, from pre-school to post-docs are a very brave lot.
For the past five weeks, we’ve run a series on vocation. This series was first developed by the Graduate and Faculty Ministry team in the Ohio Valley and we thank that team and the overall editor Robin Capcara for allowing us to post this wonderful resource. In this post we are providing links for each […]
Over the last posts we have considered the big picture of vocation. But there still remains the question of discerning our unique calling within the big picture of God’s call for all his people and all of life. Jeremy Hatfield explores the whole matter of discernment–our gifted passions, the world’s needs, and how we listen […]
Our calling is to more than our work. In the fourth part of our series on vocation, Jamie Noyd directs our attention to the multiple callings upon our lives reflecting our different roles. But how might we live a seamless rather than fragmented and frazzled life pursuing these multiple callings? It comes in understanding the […]
“The goal of work is not to gain wealth and possessions, but to serve the common good and bring glory to God.” Richard J. Foster “…I’m a musician. I write songs. I just hope when the day is done, I’ve been able to tear a little corner off of the darkness…” Bono, U2 Calling/vocation is […]