Young adults often encounter mixed messages about vocation from their families, friends, and churches.
On the one hand, they are encouraged to look at their gifts and passions to discern their particular calling; on the other hand, they are told that God may ask something of them that they really don't want to do or aren't prepared for.
The discontinuity between these messages has led to frustration for many people. Seeking to ease that frustration by means of this book, Doug Koskela carefully distinguishes between "missional calling," "direct calling," and "general calling." Koskela clarifies the relationship between gifts, passions, and vocation even as he offers practical guidance for the process of vocational discernment.
This is a book for those who want to use their time, energy, and abilities faithfully as they move with purpose toward the future.