Category Archives: Vocation

Liberal Arts for the Christian Life (Book Review)

College.  If you had to do your life all over again, would you go to college?  A different college?  Do college differently?  Take it more seriously?  I had a great college experience at my alma mater Virginia Tech.  I changed … Continue reading

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The Call (Book Review)

My cousin recently graduated from college and I wanted to get her a good book for the transition to her career and working life. Something that addresses the subject of calling, both vocational and life-ward (if that’s a word!). I’ve … Continue reading

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How Then Should We Work? (Book Review)

When I was in seminary, one of my classmates and friends was also the campus director: Hugh Whelchel.  He is an experienced businessman, the executive director of the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics, and a careful thinker regarding Christian … Continue reading

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The Christian Doctrine of Vocation

It’s happened more than a few times.  I’ll be teaching or discussing with someone at church on Sunday.  After a fruitful and stimulating conversation, the person asks how to connect the Christian life that most of us have little trouble … Continue reading

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