My Daily Discoverment: 40 Days of Vocational Discernment for Young Adults

· FriesenPress
Ebook
290
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About this ebook

My Daily Discoverment is a resource for young adults in the Christian tradition who want to explore vocational discernment. Utilizing forty daily reflections from the author, reflection prompts with space to journal, and additional commentary from diverse contributors, this resource equips readers to engage questions of calling, purpose, and decision-making. My Daily Discoverment is structured to ask important questions, such as: Who is God? Who am I? What does God do? What am I called to do? How do I make decisions? How do I live into the decisions I make? This is a great resource for individual study or as a launchpad for further discussion with a mentor or in a group setting.
Although directed at young adults, My Daily Discoverment will inspire readers of all ages to refocus, reimagine, and renew their lives as they seek God’s call and fulfil their purpose.

About the author

Andrew Hyde is a chaplain for the Anglican, Presbyterian, and United Church at the University of Guelph. In this position, he’s engaging young adults in conversations about discernment regularly. He’s also a Designated Lay Minister in the United Church of Canada with more than twenty years of experience in ministry with young people. He holds a Master of Theological Studies from McMaster Divinity College.

Mr. Hyde lives in Guelph, Ontario with his wife, Andrea, and their two children. Guelph is within the Between the Lakes Purchase (Treaty 3); the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit.

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