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.

Too many of us do a great job of burying our deepest passions. I did everything in my power to avoid using my talents. I buried them as deep as I could and I resisted anyone who came at me with a shovel. I buried my talents out of fear they weren’t good enough. For years I ignored the call to use my talents. I kept telling God I wasn’t ready until one day it hit me: What if God stopped asking?  

What’s scarier than God calling you to use your talents is the thought that God will stop calling you and go elsewhere.

We’re all gifted, but some people never open their package. We all have a calling, a vocation, a particular, unique talent. Your calling isn’t necessarily your job title. It might not be written on the business card you carry, or on your job description, or on your resume. It’s more likely written on your heart.

I worked a lot of jobs before I found that place in life that writer Frederick Buechner calls, “the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.” 

What are you called to do? Before you say, “I don’t know” pause and ask yourself that question, and listen, because somewhere deep inside yourself, you already know the answer.  

God Is Always Hiring is a collection of stories and essays to inspire you to find the job of your dreams, to make your current job more magical, or better yet, discover your mission in life.

We all have one. It is ours and ours alone. There is no competition for it. I hope my new book will help you find it, embrace it and celebrate it.

- Regina


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From God is Always Hiring

  1. When you don’t get what you want, you get something better—experience.
  2. Everything changes when you change.
  3. Burying your talents won’t make them grow.
  4. What they call you is up to them. What you answer to is up to you.
  5. In this drama of life, there are no small part 
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From Be the Miracle

  1. Get busy on the possible.
  2. Start where you are.
  3. You can make a big difference no matter how little you make.
  4. Magnify the good.
  5. Do your best and forget the rest. Pay no attention to the results. It could simply be too soon to tell. 
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From God Never Blinks

  1. Life isn't fair, but it's still good.
  2. When in doubt, just take the next small step.
  3. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone.
  4. Don't take yourself so seriously. No one else does.
  5. Pay off your credit cards every month.
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