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The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation, and Culture asked me to write an article about how hobbies relate to calling. Here's an excerpt and link to read the article on their website.
I recently joined an industry trade group and was asked what my hobbies were. I struggled to answer. I...
When you read the sages on calling, you understand how important it is to understand your story. Your story leaves clues to who you are, where you’ve come from, and where you are going. If you ignore your story, you leave a big piece silent that is meant to be speaking about your calling.
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If you’ve been following me, you know that our family is facing a lot of transitions:
- Being fully self-employed after working full-time for EnergyCAP
- Moving to Virginia from Pennsylvania this summer
- Preparing for our daughter to start college in the Fall
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Did you ever have a moment that made you come alive? When you felt like you could do this forever? When you started to dream about a life ordered around that gilded inspiration? We call that moment a spark of calling.
Three Remarkable People
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Many callings in life can be traced to a singular moment that changed everything. This happened for Dr. Kypros Nicolaides, a medical pioneer and world-renowned expert in fetal medicine. Due to his cutting-edge techniques and procedures, many...
Bob Goff and I met in a virtual summit in November 2021 to discuss life calling.
Most people sense that they’re called to something greater, but they struggle to make sense of it. This virtual summit is your invitation to dream, discover, and dare. Grab hold of your purpose and destiny. The...
Freedom almost didn’t happen. In 1780, William Wilberforce began his political career at the young age of 21. Four years later, he became an evangelical Christian and thought he should leave politics and enter professional ministry. He pondered this decision, fearing he would not be serving...
I've been sharing quotes from my reading lists. As was true for Winter 2021, Fall 2020, and Summer 2020, this latest lineup features diverse characters:
- Human behavior researchers
- University professors
- Catholic saint
- Leadership coach
- Holocaust survivor