Looking for the right vocational fit can be a key to finding job satisfaction and fulfillment. In this blog post, we explore the different levels of vocational fit and strategies for leveling up. Discover how connecting your work with God’s purposes can help you reach a higher level of vocational fit.
How do we know if our work matches our calling? Is there any way to measure if what we do is in line with who God designed us to be? Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck think so. In their book, Live Your Calling: A Practical Guide to Finding and Fulfilling Your Mission in Life, the authors […]
In this second guest post by Russ Gehrlein, learn how to find your purpose and flourish in your new job or career.
In this guest post by Russ Gehrlein, learn how to seek God’s kingdom first as you pursue a new job or career.
Are you searching for your calling but feeling overwhelmed by myths and misconceptions? It’s time to dispel the notion that your calling is limited to your ideal job or solely based on passion, and learn how to distinguish between personal passions and God’s purpose for you in the here and now.
2022 has been such an eventful year. Here are some of my blogging and personal highlights for the year, and some of my hopes for 2023!
Breaking Free from Imposter Syndrome: How the Gospel Can Help You Embrace Your Calling and Find True Confidence
Your Imposter Syndrome affects you in more ways than you realize. Find out how the gospel can keep it from sabotaging your calling.
How does one navigate a career transition, weigh the options, and discern God’s calling in the process? Join us for an interview with Mervyn Sek, public servant and former JC HOD, to learn how he sought God’s guidance in his recent career transition.
Is it really possible to bring an end to the burnout culture? How did we end up in this fix anyway? And is there a better way to build our lives and our relationship to work? These are the questions that Jonathan Malesic seeks to answer in his book, The End of Burnout: Why Work Drains Us and How to Build Better Lives.
You may have heard people say, “No one is indispensable.” But is it really true? It depends on what you view as the center of work,