This year at The High Calling we published over 1600 articles to help you think about a holistic Christian faith that honors God every moment of every day, whether we are a work, at home, at church, or in our community. Our staff of editors and programmers and writers and IT people and theologians look forward to continue serving you in 2013. God bless you in your daily work!

Marcus Goodyear, Senior Editor

Overall Best of 2012 Don’t Mistake Doing What You Love With Doing What’s Important Don’t Mistake Doing What You Love With Doing What’s Important

By J. B. Wood

I like my job, but other creative passions run deep that I don’t have the luxury of pursuing. There are bills to pay, after all.
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     A Conversation with Ann Voskamp Eucharisteo: A Conversation with Ann Voskamp

By Glynn Young

The root word of eucharisteo is charis, meaning “grace.” Jesus took the bread and saw it as grace and gave thanks. This is the crux of Christianity.
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     Struggle I Do: Struggle

By Glynn Young

We know divorce happens. It happens to Christians and non-Christians alike. It happens for all kinds of reasons. But it shouldn’t. Some reasons have a Biblical basis – adultery and abandonment. Many don’t.
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    Suffering Through a Betrayal Suffering Through a Betrayal

By Drew Randle

In our workplaces, we often seek to get even or make our betrayers suffer intensely for how they’ve wronged us. How do we deal with that inevitable betrayal that will affect us in our everyday lives of work and family?
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    When I Grow Up, I Want To Be A… When I Grow Up, I Want To Be A…

By Jennifer Dukes Lee

“Mommy, I know what I want to be when I grow up,” my daughter announces as she props her elbows on the kitchen table.
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When we become Christians, we don't merely choose an eternity in heaven over hell. Rather, we are "born again"; like a newborn child, each of us enters into a new life that we fully inhabit, day-in and day-out. God desires that we pursue a relationship with him every day, in all aspects of life. When we try to live daily life for the sake of his glory, he deems it sacred.

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