We discuss how when we have the doctrine of justification established, we are reoriented--not to try to use our works to earn God's favor, but turned outward toward loving our neighbor.
We talk about various areas of vocation, from family, job, civic, and church, as well as how vocation extends to understanding the craft of a job--a job well done.
The doctrine of vocation even ties into human dignity, and how we treat others, and treat their work.
The next few weeks, we will continue to interview a few of the teachers of our free academy courses. These courses are great for individual, or even small group use. 1517 puts out such a variety of quality produced, free resources that we just wanted to make you aware of more of them.
If you would like to donate to 1517, and partner with us that way, you can do that here: https://www.1517.org/donate
Also, we would love to see you at our national conference in San Diego this fall. Registration for that event is here: https://www.1517.org/events/hw...