Doing More with Life: Connecting Christian Higher Education to a Call to Service
Michael Robert Miller
Baylor University Press, 2007 - Education - 225 pages
Vocation is most often linked with a specific calling for those in professional ministry. Doing More with Life explores the way higher education can expand this limited understanding of vocation. Specifically, this volume shows that higher education can clarify how God calls all people, allow mentoring across specific vocations, and inspire future generations to think of their lives as vocations.
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