Myths of Vocation, Volume 3
By Paul Matsushima | Published on August 1, 2018
Many of us carry around a set of dysfunctional beliefs–or “myths of vocation”–about what work and calling are supposed to look like.
Workbook Series Description
Many of us carry around a set of dysfunctional beliefs about what work and calling are supposed to look like. These myths are often larger cultural narratives we find ourselves trapped within. And we are forced to confront these myths whenever our experiences fall out of sync with the myths of vocation.
This series takes up four distinct yet overlapping myths. We’ve created a four-volume study guide series that includes PDFs with journal prompts, videos, and suggested spiritual practices. These will be delivered to you directly via email.
Volume 3: I’m Called to One Special Thing
Consider the question well-meaning adults often ask children: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Although a seemingly innocent way to engage in conversation, there is a big assumption that drives this question. This assumption is that life is about—and therefore our identity is tethered to—finding and then achieving our one unique and special thing that God calls us toward.