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Today I'm going to deviate somewhat from my typical technical topics and talk instead about your job and your place in life. But godliness with contentment is of great gain. -1 Timothy 6:6 My husband and I teach a class at our church, using the curriculum from an organization called Crown. This class is ostensibly about dealing with money God's way, but the class is more fundamental than that; the Bible is clear that our attitude toward money and how we handle it is a deeper reflection of what we believe, and a reflection of our attitude toward God Himself. I ran
across this simple sentence this morning as I was going through this week's lesson: Biblical contentment is an inner peace that accepts what God has chosen for our present vocation and financial situation. This stood out to me today because a professor of Information Technology at Calvin College (my alma mater) recently asked me to present a keynote address at a seminar he does for his graduating students, called Dynamic Link. The topic is going to be, "Vocation, calling, and getting a job." Then this morning I saw that word again... vocation. According to Merriam Webster, the word vocation derivates...(Read whole news on source site)