(ok. . . from now on. . . . I'll probably post twice a week)

Here's a great article from Bethany Jenkins who runs the "Every Square Inch" initiative at the Gospel Coalition.  I'd recommend searching all of her past articles and books for those of you thinking through workplace/calling issues.  

This discussion came up at our GoCo a few weeks ago.  What is the significance of a job that is at times, mundane?  Should we continue to be discontent and striving until we're "doing what we love"?  

I think many of us will be helped by reading this. . . especially by the conclusion:  Maybe we shouldn't trust ourselves to be so sure about "what we love"? Maybe we shouldn't let "what we love" go unchallenged and unquestioned?   I'd love to hear what you think!  

http://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/do-what-you-love-or-do-what-needs-doing

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