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5 Ways Working Internationally Can Boost Your Career

The world needs what you have — your talent, your ideas and your energy. As it turns out, the world also has what you need.

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SCATTER STORIES: Welding, Creating, and Kingdom Building

Mike's Story – Welder and Technical College Instructor “I can literally weld with my eyes closed,” says Mike. “I almost feel like it's a prayer when I'm welding because I'm using the gifts that God’s given me.” Mike is an accredited and certified welder and auto mechanic – now shaping the next generation of welders as an ...

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Discovering God's Kingdom Purpose in Recruiting

I am a recruiter. That means I have the privilege of walking with people as they connect to the world of work. One interesting observation I’ve seen time and time again is that no matter who you are – from fresh-faced university graduate to seasoned executive – everyone wants their work to matter. There is a deep, intrinsic human need to be a part of something greater...

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5 Mistakes People Make When Looking for a Job Overseas

Finding the right job may take some time but, by avoiding these common mistakes, you will be well on your way.

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Let Your S.H.A.P.E. Guide Your Role Within God’s Kingdom - Part 1

If you’re looking to participate in God’s kingdom story, forget about job openings that someone is trying to fill. Focus instead on the God-given shape that defines your role in life. When you do that, you will find the freedom to live your life (and career) within the grand purpose that God instituted for all of humanity at Creation. But more on that later. Let’s start wi...

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A Kingdom Principle in a Childhood Fairytale

Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale, The Ugly Duckling, illustrates the meaning of an academic term called reflected appraisals. This important term, used by social scientists in identity research, refers to the notion that our self-identity is in part, shaped and misshaped by the appraisal/opinion of those in our social network. As you may remember, the ugly duckling was actually...

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Let Your S.H.A.P.E. Guide Your Role Within God’s Kingdom - Part 2

We reflect God’s glory through what we do and how we do it. In fact, we are the most brilliant reflection of God when we are who He S.H.A.P.E.’d us to be (see Part 1 for more details). Too many people are trying to be something they’re not. Unfortunately, many traditional missions organizations have been complicit in that by trying to press people into certain roles rather...

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What's your God-given S.H.A.P.E?

What's your God-given S.H.A.P.E? Rudy was a yellow-naped Amazon parrot, hand-raised by a woman from North Carolina. In this environment, Rudy learned to mimic and “talk” with his owner’s exact accent and tone. It was hilarious! A more far-reaching impact of this human imprinting, however, was that Rudy never learned to fly. Consequently, he spent his whole life...

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15 Questions You Will Probably Be Asked on a Job Interview

1. Tell me a little about yourself. When you sit down for your interview and are asked a broad question like this, it can be hard to know where to start. Do you start with your family history? Or is the interviewer wanting to know about your current living situation? Perhaps they want to know what you are working on as your career. As these options go through your mind, remember the question...

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Don't Let the Native Tongue Stop You

Too often our culture emphasizes the barriers of language in regards to living missionaly for the Lord. We should encourage others to see missions and language learning as an opportunity, rather than a set back. An opportunity to delve into a new world where we all have one common thread- Jesus. Language can be difficult, but don’t let it stop you. Have a New Outlook on Language Learni...

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