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Posted by Jenn Giles Kemper
The Great Fifty Days of Eastertide are over and the feast of Pentecost has guided us into Ordinary Time—the longest season of the year. What better time to explore vocation—what we bring to the world—especially when it so often intersects with our work in the world and how we spend most of our days? This episode is about finding our calling and the Sacred threads that are uniquely woven through each of our lives.
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Finding Purpose in Life: The Long Guide to Finding Your Life’s Work via The Meaning Movement
The Calling Process: a step-by-step guide to finding purpose and pursuing your dream job by Dan Cumberland
Let Your Life Speak: Listening to the Voice of Vocation by Parker Palmer
To Be Told: God Invites You to CoAuthor Your Future by Dan Allender
Everything Belongs: The Gift of Contemplative Prayer by Richard Rohr
Sacred Ordinary Days Planner
BRING IT HOME…
What are your thoughts on the season after Pentecost, Ordinary Time? How do you plan to mark it? Will you be exploring your own vocation or perhaps spending some time nurturing someone else’s sense of vocation and calling?
Let us know in the Sacred Ordinary Days Tribe Facebook group or on social media using the hashtag #sacredordinarydays.