The Stories We Live: Finding God’s Calling All Around Us

Learn how to connect your story with God’s calling

Eerdmans Summary

“Christian vocation,” says Kathleen Cahalan, “is about connecting our stories with God’s story.” In The Stories We Live, Cahalan rejuvenates and transforms vocation from a static concept to a living, dynamic reality.

Incorporating biblical texts, her own experience, and the personal stories of others, Cahalan discusses how each of us is called by God, to follow, as we are, from grief, for service, in suffering, through others, within God.

Listeners of this book will discover an exciting new vocabulary of vocation and find a fresh vision for God’s calling in their lives.

 

 

©2018 Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. (P) 2017 Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.

Author: Kathleen A. Cahalan | Narrator: Patricia Santomasso | Length: 2 hrs, 51 mins | Unabridged | English | $6.95 / 1 Audible Credit



Praise for The Stories We Live

Dorothy Bass
— Valparaiso University
“Reading this engaging book, and pondering it alone or with others, can help each of us to hear and respond to God’s calling, wherever we may be on life’s journey.”

Edward P. Hahnenberg
— author of Awakening Vocation: A Theology of Christian Call
“Through stories of real people responding to God’s call in their lives, Kathleen Cahalan invites readers into a series of reflections that are both spiritually sensitive and theologically rich, demonstrating again that she is one of the most important voices speaking about vocation today.”

Craig Dykstra
— Duke Divinity School
“This wise and beautifully written book is a splendid resource both for personal reflection and for discussion in reading groups and among friends. It is a gift to be shared.”

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