Life unfolds in everyday, ordinary things. We call them “happenstance and circumstance.” Of course, it’s not always neat and clean. But if you stop long enough to consider what is taking place, you quickly realize that (somehow) God is in the middle of it all.

That’s because …

  • Nothing ever happens in isolation.
  • Nothing ever happens without something happening before it.
  • Nothing ever happens that leads to nowhere or nothing else.



Something is going to happen today. You can count on that! You might even want to plan for it too. But what would you plan for? What’s going to happen?

The Bible tells us that we all need to have a plan. Planning is actually a very good thing. But Scripture also cautions us that we should give those plans over to God (Prov 16:3).

Our plan should always include letting God guide our footsteps. God knows the way because He is the Way (Jn 14:6).


We were made in the image and likeness of God (Gn 2:15). He is a working God who is at work even now in your life. Your life’s plan should always include meaningful and rewarding work.

Expect your life’s work to have a spiritual component of its own. If you miss this point, life will never really make much sense to you. The spiritual component of your life’s work is called the “Spirituality of Work.”

Understanding the “Spirituality of Work” helps us learn to integrate what we do most days (our job) with the rest of those really important things that define our lives. Life and work really are inseparable!


One of the most common complaints in the world today is the lack of balance  between the work we do and the life we want to live. This is called “work-life balance.”

Without addressing the “Spirituality of Work,” perpetual imbalance is almost certain. That’s why the “Spirituality of Work” is such a big part of what we do here at the VOCATION WORKS web site.


Our team has worked in the field of career development and advisement for many years. We’ve trained tens of thousands of career specialists, equipping them to help others solve job and career issues.

We’ve also spent decades in Christian ministry. What we’ve seen is that the workplace has a significant impact on nearly every aspect of a person’s existence. And unless we get that part of our lives right, it will always appear as if God is some distant Being who doesn’t care very much. Life won’t make much sense either.


It doesn’t have to be like that! The work you do can integrate very nicely with your family and the life you want to lead.

Look around the VOCATION WORKS web site. We’re keeping it pretty simple by design. Believe it or not, you can keep your life pretty simple too!

You’ll find most of our information on the “Career Goodies!” blog. And we’re sharing a lot of the key information on our social media sites too, so follow us on social media too please.


Pray for your family and friends today. Pray for your workplace,  your co-workers, and your customers. And take your faith everywhere you go (Faith@Work)!

That’s how we’ll start our journey together. In Christ!



Your career is more than a job — or even a series of jobs. Career is tied tightly to life itself. Furthermore, it is greatly impacted by vocation.


In this section of our website, we will explore the spirituality of work in light of leading career development theories available today. When you understand your career, you begin to have a very clear vision of your vocation.


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Work Matters

Your work matters as much to God as it does to you. If you are a follower of Jesus Christ, in many ways, you are also a partner with God in His salvific and redemptive work.


In this section of our website, we’ll explore the “spirituality of work.” In particular, we’ll examine it from the perspective of:

  • The workplace.
  • The workforce.

Both the workplace and the workforce are important factors in seeing beyond the fog of the “daily grind” and gaining deeper understanding of the truth behind the work we do.

The “spirituality of work” is an important topic that affects all of our lives!


Use the dropdown menu at the top of the page to view articles and information on this topic. Let’s get started!

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Balance can be a real challenge in life! But it doesn’t have to be.

We don’t collect information on any of our visitors without your knowledge and permission — never. Not ever!

We don’t store your data or share information about you with others either.

Mostly, we think about and pray about the spirituality of work. Work that is done in the image and likeness of God is amazing to us.

Through our short articles, we try to share important thoughts and tips about the way “life happens” when we respond to God’s call. Life happens because Vocation Works.

We do what we do to help others get the most from life — in response to God’s call. God calls … we respond … life happens!

We want to inspire our friends to look at their work in a whole, new way! We want you to see that your work reflects God’s work. Along the way, we will do all that we can to protect your privacy while you’re with us!

That’s it. That’s our policy. That’s how we operate! It’s who we are, what we do, and what we’re all about!


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In Christ!