Crossroads Career Chat Upgrade in 2023

Career guidance can be a valuable resource for job seekers as they navigate the often-complex process of finding a job. With the right guidance and support, job seekers can identify their strengths and interests, discover new career opportunities, and develop the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in their chosen field. At Crossroads we have a few ways to do …

How Deep is Your Relationship with God?

As we’ve been preparing for the release of a new workbook, Hear God Calling You: A Biblical and Practical Approach to Discerning Your Calling and Finding Career Fulfillment, we’ve mentioned that it’s filled with practical exercises designed to help you apply the concepts to your life. Today I’ll be sharing with you two of those exercises to give you a …

How is Your Calling like a Rowboat?

What if I told you that living out your calling from God is like rowing a boat?  That’s because there are actually two main aspects of hearing God calling that function together and must be kept in balance. That’s why teachers and theologians often make a distinction between “primary calling” and “secondary calling.”  Primary Calling A great definition of primary …

Not Just Hearing, But Doing

Last week we announced that our new workbook,  Hear God Calling You: A Biblical and Practical Approach to Discerning Your Calling and Finding Career Fulfillment, is launching at the end of this month. Today, I get to tell you a bit more about what you can expect from the workbook.  Throughout the process of developing the workbook, one of the …

Rethinking Your Career? Don’t Forget This Crucial Ingredient

“The pandemic has made people rethink their lives and their work,” declared a recent news article, one of many reporting on what’s now being called the Great Resignation.  Analysts point to a variety of reasons for the mismatch between the 8.4 million potential workers who are unemployed, and the record 10.9 million jobs open (Bureau of Labor Statistics). Some of …

Take a Day with God

Imagine you’ve fallen in love with someone. The most natural response is to want to spend time with him or her. Yes, you could spend your time reflecting on all the different ways you speak to each other (phone call, text message, email, letter, shouting, whispering), or ways he or she shows you affection. You can read books about dating, …