"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."
In his article, Dear Christian, You've Been Called to Mission, Zane Pratt outlines the different ways the Bible refers to calling compared to our modern uses of the word.
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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 the walls between the activities we've set to define our identity and reorients and roots us in the truth of how God created us.
Our search for identity can never stray too far from the truth that we were created in God’s image, and we were all created to be workers. - Amy Whitfield
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Two of the greatest selling points that the new wave of remote workers has taken full advantage of across a variety job sectors. Technology, more than ever, has allowed corporations, small businesses, and work teams to lose the necessity & overhead of a brick & mortar office and facilitates virtual meetings via your mobile device's screen.
Have you ever intentionally focused on gaining a skill that you can take to a specific part of the world?
Check out flexjobs.com to review companies currently on the search for remote workers by clicking the button below.
Marketplaces around the world are hungry for quality educators, especially if you have certification in teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). Teaching overseas not only is a job that sustains an individual on the field, but is a way to represent Jesus by working for the good of the people in an unreached city. Teachers invest in a generation that could change the world and the face of missions as we know it.
Check out this article by Jessica Hulbert from TEAM that answers some of the most important questions about being a missional teacher.
Are you a teacher who has gospel impact story? Comment below or post a story - we would love to hear it!
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 in that top 10? Give your thoughts by commenting below.