The work we do each day - whether in our homes, offices, churches, or neighborhoods - is more than just the drudgery of the curse. Before sin entered the world, there was work. God gave it to as a high calling, a way to be like Him.
Over the past few years, I have become increasingly involved in an online magazine and network called theHighCalling.org that celebrates work as more than just a venue for evangelism, "Our work itself should be a testimony to our creator. That is why we encourage each other to remember the high calling of our daily work." Recently, I have become a content editor for this amazing community of believers, and I am thrilled to be part of their team.
If you would like to find out more about theHighCalling.org, visit the site and check us out. If you are interested in getting more involved, go straight to this page which will give you the scoop you are looking for.
You can also find out more about the High Calling by visiting the blogs and websites of other High Calling editors:
Gordon Atkinson: Real Live Preacher
Laura Boggess: The Wellspring
Claire Burge: claire b
Dena Dyer: Mother Inferior
Marcus Goodyear: GoodWordEditing.com
Tina Howard: Spaghettipie
Dan King: BibleDude.net
Ann Kroeker: AnnKroeker.com
Jennifer (Dukes) Lee: Getting Down With Jesus
Bradley Moore: Shrinking the Camel
Deidra Riggs: jumpingtandem
David Rupert: Red Letter Believers
Kelly Sauer: Kelly Sauer.com
Christine A. Scheller: Exploring Intersections
Sandra Sims: Guiding Vision
Cheryl Smith: CultureSmith ConsultingSam Van Eman: New Breed of Advertisers
Ann Voskamp: A Holy ExperienceGlynn Young: Faith, Fiction, Friends