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Redeeming Work: A Guide to Discovering God's Calling for Your Career

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The world of work is changing rapidly. As a Christian trying to discern the right career path, you might perceive the marketplace as a bewildering and anxiety-provoking place. You might even worry you'll have to sacrifice your values to have a successful career. How can you hope to find work that is informed by faith and that serves God's will? Redeeming Work was written to answer just this question. The author, Bryan Dik, PhD, is one of the leading psychologists in the world who specializes in vocation. A professor, entrepreneur, and follower of Christ, Dik wrote this book as a labor of love after devoting his career to research and development of practical strategies for helping others find purposeful work. His message: there are abundant opportunities for Christians to forge careers that answer God's calling for their lives. In Redeeming Work, he shares the tools you need to find these opportunities and pursue them successfully. Your purchase of Redeeming Work comes with a special bonus: free access to an evidence-based online career assessment system called PathwayU. By taking this assessment, you'll learn about what makes you unique, including what you enjoy (interests), what matters to you (values), your general tendencies (personality), and what you most need from an organization (workplace preferences). Then, you'll be able to explore career paths (and current job openings) that fit the pattern of gifts God has given you.


  • | Author: Bryan J. Dik
  • | Publisher: Templeton Press
  • | Publication Date: January 27, 2020
  • | Number of Pages: 224 pages
  • | Language: English
  • | Binding: Paperback
  • | ISBN-10: 1599475391
  • | ISBN-13: 9781599475394
Author:
Bryan J. Dik
Publisher:
Templeton Press
Publication Date:
January 27, 2020
Number of pages:
224 pages
Language:
English
Binding:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1599475391
ISBN-13:
9781599475394