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Consider Your Calling:
Six Questions for Discerning Your Vocation
Gordon T. Smith
Paperback: IVP Books, 2016.
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As an introduction to the book, here are the six questions that it asks (with a tiny clip for each that sheds light on what it means)
You’ll have to get the book for the full explanation of each question and why it is important…
What is Your Stage of Life?
[We] also need to locate our reflections on vocation within this extraordinary journey, this process, as we move through the seasons of life. We locate ourselves intergenerationally, considering our calling from the vantage point of the journey of an adult life. Vocational discernment looks and feels very different depending on where we are on this road (55-56)