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 […]
To manage your time well, make sure you know your Master’s voice. Otherwise, you may end up choosing the wrong master.
Discernment in Proverbs is the means to foresee potential results from our decisions.
Three years ago, I had no idea how to obtain a mentor or how you would go about finding one. Through God’s grace, I’ve actually found three mentors since then in different ways.
In “He Shines in All That’s Fair: Culture and Common Grace,” Richard Mouw offers a healthy form of “commonness,” “Seeking the Common Good,” and “preserv[ing] an area of mystery regarding God’s dealings with humankind” (90).