God Is Always Hiring: 50 Lessons for Finding Fulfilling Work
There is a perfect place for you and you alone. I believe God Is Always Hiring can help you find it regardless of the unemployment rate, the state of the economy or how smart or talented everyone else is.
We’re all gifted, but some people never open their package. We all have a calling, a vocation, a unique talent. Your calling isn’t necessarily your job title. It might not be written on your business card, job description or resume. It’s more likely written on your heart.
I worked a lot of jobs before I found that spot writer Frederick Buechner calls, “the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.”
What are you called to do? God Is Always Hiring is a collection of stories and essays to inspire you to find out, to discover the job of your dreams, to make your current job more magical, to embrace your mission in life.
We all have one. It is yours and yours alone. I hope my new book will help you find it, embrace it and celebrate it.
February 15th, 2015 by Regina Brett
How much abundance are you letting in your life? How much do you want to let in?
I used to look down on people with money, nice homes and cars that didn't break down every Thursday.
They were "those" people. I assumed they didn't care as much about others because they had so much. I somehow turned "blessed are the poor" into "damned are the rich." I somehow heard "money is the root of all evil" even though that isn't what the Bible said.
In time I discovered that my limited thinking, not my boss or job, was limiting me. My own thinking was limiting me from having an abundant life and from being even more generous to others. Once I changed my thinking about money, more of it flowed into my life, and into the lives of others, because I was no longer blocking the flow.
One of my favorite lines in the...