What Does it Mean to Be Called? Part 2 of 2
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“Calling” is a term that is commonly used in Christian life. But what does it actually mean to have a calling? Join Joanna Meyer and Brian Gray as they discuss Part II of this important topic with Daniel Steiner, a leadership coach with over 20 years of experience as a pastor, professor, and speaker; and with William Klein, Professor Emeritus of New Testament Interpretation at Denver Seminary. Together they have co-authored “What Is My Calling?: A Biblical and Theological Exploration of Christian Identity”.
On living as a believer:
“Nevertheless, each person should live as a believer in whatever situation the Lord has assigned him, just as God called them.” -I Corinthians 7
On spiritual formation:
” I think calling has everything to do with our spiritual formation as believers. In fact, it’s the primary issue here...” -Bill Klein
On competency & our identity in Christ:
“When it comes to developing your strengths, talents, abilities, and so forth, I think that’s absolutely imperative for all people, especially in a time in which jobs are changing… We need to be competent, but competency and character- competency and this identity in Christ shouldn’t be fully divorced from one another…” -Dan Steiner
If you enjoyed this conversation be sure to check out Dan Steiner and Bill Klein’s book, “What Is My Calling?: A Biblical and Theological Exploration of Christian Identity”.
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