Your Vocational Credo
:We know God has created each one of us in unique ways, but we often struggle to understand his divine plans. Instead, we live with a vague sense of discontent as we question who we are and what God has...
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:We know God has created each one of us in unique ways, but we often struggle to understand his divine plans. Instead, we live with a vague sense of discontent as we question who we are and what God has designed us to do.Vocational coach Deborah Koehn Loyd believes that every person has a voice that must be heard and expressed through vocation. She walks you through a transformational journey of creating your own vocational credo so that you can be a world-changer in the way God has intended. You'll discover:
the true meaning of vocation
how to redeem past pains in your life
your personal vocational preferences
a unique plan for your life's work
Using unique tools and practical guidance combined with inspiring stories of personal transformation, this workbook will provide you with the resources to find your credo and accomplish the work God has designed just for you.
Deborah Koehn Loyd (DMin, Bakke Graduate University) is a professor, conference speaker, writer/blogger and pastor. She is the Scholar Practitioner of Vocation and Formation at Warner Pacific College and an adjunct professor at George Fox Seminary. Her organization, Finding Forward, expresses her passion to empower people to find their voices and vocations. She is also co-creator of Women's Convergence, Women's Theology Hub and The Bridge Church. Deborah holds an MA in exegetical theology and a DMin in transformational leadership. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband Ken and they have three grown children and two beautiful granddaughters.
- :introduction1. Why Vocation Matters2. What Is Vocation, Anyway?3. How Pain Sets The Trajectory For Vocation4. Illumination From Darkness5. The Puzzle Pieces Of Your Story6. Dreams That Heal The World7. Creating Your Vocational Credo8. Identifying Toxic Skills9. Addressing The Fear Of Failure10. Pursuing Change And Chaos11. Discovering Your Vocational Preferences12. Leaving Behind A Legacy13. Giving Voice To Your Songappendix A: The Vocational Triangle Templateappendix B: Examples Of Vocational Credos Appendix C: Vocation Preferences Survey