More thoughts about Visions of Vocation

More thoughts about Visions of Vocation September 19, 2014

VoVWe’ve found another great review of Visions of Vocation courtesy of the “Bob on Books” blog maintained by Robert C. Trube.  We don’t know Bob, but he has this to say about himself:

My life’s passion has been to connect the love of learning and the love of God and I have focused my work in the arena of higher education…..  While I am a person of faith as a follower of Christ, I hope the blog will be a meeting place for anyone who cares about good literature, who loves books and reading, and wants to talk about ideas that matter. We live in an amazingly diverse mosaic of peoples and ideas which can either be the source of endless conflict or the opportunity for rich engagement with one another across our differences in pursuing together goodness, truth, and beauty in our world. My hope is that this blog will contribute to the latter.

We’re thrilled that he wants to add his thoughts on Visions of Vocation to that conversation. Here’s some of what he has to say about the book:

The main thesis of this book is that to live as a called person is to be implicated in what one knows, to have a sense of responsibility that flows out of understanding the world and our place and work in it.
Steven Garber writes this book out of a lifetime experience of helping people discern the calling of God in their everyday lives. He has particularly worked in recent years among young leaders who come to Washington, DC on various internships as the principal of The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation & Culture. Much of this book is a weave of thinking about vocation and stories of calling culled from the many people he has walked with on this journey…..We are left to conclude that only the life lived attending to the call of God to love the world for the good of the world can bring a deep sense of joy and satisfaction with one’s life. Garber’s book both leaves us wanting that and points the way.

You’ll enjoy the rest of his review, and you’ll probably find a lot of other books well worth reading reviewed at the site as well!  By the way, there are now over 40 reviews of the book on Goodreads. Add yours!


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