Vocation

Right and Wrong in the Workplace

Right and Wrong in the Workplace

We cannot separate our faith life from our career or business. Our service through our vocations is an expression of our gratitude for ...
The Body of Christ Bible Study: Leader Guide

The Body of Christ Bible Study: Leader Guide

The Body of Christ Bible Study

The Body of Christ Bible Study

Para Que Ellos Pueden Tener Vida

Para Que Ellos Pueden Tener Vida

Dios es Bueno

Dios es Bueno

Espera Confiado en Dios

Espera Confiado en Dios

Vocation: Fruit of the Liturgy

Vocation: Fruit of the Liturgy

In Martin Luther’s teaching on the dual existence of the Christian, we observe a connection with the teaching of the two governments or two kingdoms. The Christian does not seek to escape or withdraw from the world as in monasticism, but rather he lives out his calling in the particular place where God has located him.
Masks of God

Masks of God

Luther puts it strongly: Vocations are “masks of God.” On the surface, we see an ordinary human face — our mother, the doctor, the teacher, the waitress, our pastor — but, beneath the appearances, God is ministering to us through them. God is hidden in human vocations.
Your Family Vocation

Your Family Vocation

Every Christian — indeed, every human being — has been called by God into a family. Our very existence came about by our parents. Martin Luther said, “God has given this walk of life, fatherhood and motherhood, a special position of honor, higher than that of any other walk of life under it.”
God at Work

God at Work

Every Christian has a particular calling from God. With the doctrine of vocation, ordinary relationships, the 9-to-5 routine, taking care of the kids, the work-a-day world — the way we spend most hours of the day — become charged with the presence of God.
Called to Our Work

Called to Our Work

We don’t choose our vocations; God chooses us for them. The Christian can understand the ordinary labors of life to be charged with meaning. Through our labor, no matter how humble, God is at work.
Called to Be Citizens

Called to Be Citizens

Christians are called to be citizens: to obey laws, pay their taxes, and honor and pray for their governing officials. Patriotic feelings and acts of civic-mindedness are fitting responses to the blessings God has given this country and the citizenship to which He has called us.