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for Life at Virginial Theological Seminary produced a
of videos focused on vocational stories. Participants
respond to the prompt: What does “vocation” mean to you?
Explored is a video narrative project from the
Institute Seminars that captures stories of
Christians who listen for the voice of vocation in their everyday
lives. Their struggles, joys, and questions show the diverse ways
God calls and the many ways we respond to God’s call.
Collaboration from Louisville Seminary produced a series of videos
on vocation and calling that will be released later this spring.
of Calling Initiative from the Collegeville Institute
produces the monthly e-newsletter, “Call
& Respond: Your Toolkit for Vocation.” Each
issue offers tools for exploring vocation in your congregation:
short reflections, prayers, videos, practical ideas for ministry and
articles on calling.
Project Online from Vibrant
Faith features a wide range of curricular resources
on calling across the lifespan. Categories include children, adults,
community, youth, transitions, and intergenerational.
the past five years, Regent College’s theological and educational
work in the area of calling has focused on ReFrame,
10-episode video-based curriculum focused on the biblical
foundations of a Christian understanding of calling. Designed for
use in churches, small groups, and other Christian communities, the
course has been used by over 30,000 people around the world.
Institute Seminars produced several books on
vocation, including: The
Stories We Live: Finding God’s Calling All around Usby Kathleen A. Cahalan; Calling
All Years Good: Christian Vocation throughout Life’s Seasons
edited by Kathleen A. Cahalan and Bonnie J. Miller-McLemore, and
Your Discipleship: 7 Ways to Express Your Deepest Callingby Kathleen A. Cahalan and Laura Kelly Fanucci. A complete list
of resources can be found on the website.
Project at Baylor University offers a bibliography
of written and film resources related to vocation.
Divinity Faith & Leadership team explores the ways four ordinary
people live out their Christian vocation in this
series of four visual poems with accompanying lesson