Culture isn't a word reserved for artists. If you plant gardens, plan towns, cook, sew, play sport or do business, you are also involved in culture-making. In this interview with Andy Crouch you'll learn how to recover your creative calling as someone who shapes the world for good, whatever gifts and interests you have.
Throwing thousands of dollars away on the steps of the New York Stock Exchange. Calling Mother Teresa of Calcutta and asking for an internship. Planting community gardens in abandoned blocks. It's all in a day's work for 'ordinary radical' Shane Claiborne.
In Resurrection Year I shared how Merryn and I brought our dream of having a family to an end. Since then I've even advised people that giving up a dream can be important for their healing. But one major question remains, one I’ve been reluctant to address until now: When do you know it's time
We all have dreams for our lives, families, businesses or church ministries. One thing is sure: God's dream for us is better than our own. But how can we know whether the dream we have for our lives is God's dream, or simply the product of our own ego-driven imaginations? Here are 6 tests to
According to Eric Rees, discovering your purpose is all about uncovering your SHAPE: your Spiritual gifts, Heart, Abilities, Personality type and Experiences. Get your pen and notepad ready - Eric is about to coach you through the process.
If our 20's are about establishing identity, starting a career and finding someone to marry, and our 30's are about deepening our career and transitioning to parenthood, what are the 40's about? What challenges and opportunities do the 40's offer? Here is some crowd-sourced wisdom.
Does everyone have a 'calling' in life? How does calling relate to work? How do you discover your calling? Os Guinness is the author of over twenty books, including The Call. In this interview you'll hear him discuss the idea and how it relates to your meaning and happiness.
42. Ever since Deep Thought in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy gave it as the 'answer' to the meaning of life we've never been able to keep a straight face about the question since. And yet it's a question we all ask. In this podcast, UCB UK's Paul Hammond asks me for some answers.
As I hear from readers of Resurrection Year, a common theme is developing: people are unsure what to do with their lives. They're unsure of their calling. I've felt this hunger too, so the topic of discovering your calling and mission in life seems a good topic to explore this year.
In 1989 22 year-old Phil Vischer launched an animated kids show starring a cast of talking vegetables. It became the massively popular VeggieTales series. In this interview Phil talks candidly about the rise and fall of his company, and the lessons he learned about dreams, success, failure and God.