"The call of God on our lives extends even to the ordinary activities and relationships of our station in life. Things like singleness or marriage, family, location and vocation, and church membership are not mere circumstances in the life of a disciple of Jesus, but aspects of God’s call on our lives to live for his glory."
What does being "called" really mean?
Mothers, how do you do it? The walls separating our work life, personal life, and spiritual life seem to be everlasting. Somewhere along the way, we have made the ironic steps of organizing our lives in these categories of purpose, but we have positioned ourselves to be overwhelmed trying to maintain each of these worlds.
Amy Whitfield, in her article for the Gospel Coalition, tears down th...
What is it going to take for Christianity to sweep across the world?
A lot of people? A lot of resources? A lot of faith?
Take a look at Ed Stetzer's article on Christianity Today's The Exchange that outlines the top 10 characteristics needed to see thousands of churches planted across the globe. Full article is available at the button below.
What do you think is included i...
The following is an excerpt from thegospelcoalition.org:
Darryl Williamson shares some wisdom on how to go about being a devoted employee, while also remaining a faithful witness to Christ in the workplace. - thegospelcoalition.org
Darryl Williamson is the lead pastor of Living Faith Bible Fellowship in Tampa, Florida, a Council member of The Gospel Coalition, and is currently wor...
At first glance, one cannot help but read and think...
"What!? Of course we should be passionate about our jobs!"
It's how we do our best work, right?
Author Michaela O'Donnell Long shares her personal story with Relevant Magazine on how if she never took the quick jump into a side-startup, she would have never been able to go on the journey to discover her personal...
What will people be doing in the next 10 years?
Check out Forbes' list of the 10 "Fastest Growing Jobs of the Future". This quick-scroll slideshow gives you projections and growth stats for each of these leading professions.
Some of these may surprise you!
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The Great Commission is not only for the Mega Church.
Although there is encouragement in knowing that churches are able to share messages in the public eye, we can often focus effort and attention to those large congregations and neglect the smaller churches that are present in each of our communities.
Even though the resources in small churches are seemingly limited to those of their me...
If you're not being intentional here, how can you be intentional there?
I think we've all heard this statement when it comes to evangelism in our daily lives and looking to make disciples in another part of the world. We think it is safe to say that we can all improve in the area of being "intentional" to share the gospel where we honestly, spend most of our time: work.
I'm looking at taking a job overseas. Where do I start!?
The excitement of starting life in a new place can sometimes be overshadowed by the daunting logistics to get you there. Take everything one focused step at time by reading "15 Things You Need to Know About Working Abroad" by The Muse.
This articles breakdowns some of the major concepts and logistics to conquer at th...
We all want to be the best.
Whether that is in a professional setting, or maybe just playing sports around our community. We want to give it our all and our best to honor God and the gifts and talents He has given us.
How do we do that without stepping into the obsessive comparison and ultra-competitiveness that pride can bring?
Take a listen as John Piper delivers this message and ta...
You want to live a life of significance that is humbly aligned to God’s purposes. In order to do that, you need to understand God’s call for, or will in, your life. The problem is, it doesn’t seem clear, and everyone you meet has a different perspective on “calling”, which makes you feel confused and stuck. What you need are tools to help you discern God’s call.
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