Be You. Do Good.
Almost anyone you ask would say that they want to do work that matters. Yet many people do not feel like they are actively making a difference in the world. Others may feel a sense of calling but lack either...
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Almost anyone you ask would say that they want to do work that matters. Yet many people do not feel like they are actively making a difference in the world. Others may feel a sense of calling but lack either the courage or the supportive community to carry it out. But if God created each of us on purpose, for a purpose, we should be ordering our lives around that purpose.
Jonathan D. Golden, founder of Land of a Thousand Hills coffee company, has discovered and is living out his unique calling to promote social, spiritual, and economic justice while providing a living wage to 2,500 farmers in Rwanda. Now he reveals to readers how to identify their calling, dispels the myths and misunderstandings we often have about what constitutes a calling, and challenges them to pursue that calling with a courage that can surmount the many obstacles that may lie in their path. He also shows readers how to cultivate a community of support that will help them fulfill their calling.
For anyone who is dissatisfied with the work they are doing, just entering the workforce, or wondering what more is out there, this book reveals how to embrace the meaningful life they were meant to live.
Jonathan David Golden is the founder of Land of a Thousand Hills, a multimillion dollar coffee company that provides a living wage to more than 2,500 farmers in Rwanda. He and his company have been featured by CNN, "Fox News", "Christianity Today", "Relevant", " The Atlanta Journal-Constitution", and "Charisma". Jonathan has spoken at Catalyst, Q, Story, Exponential, Velocity, Ignite, Collyde, and Orange conferences, and has toured with Third Day, TobyMac, and Switchfoot. He is also an ordained Anglican priest at St. Peter's Place in Roswell, Georgia.