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The High Calling is a great place to discuss how we are to live as Christians while on this earth. And it is appropriate to discuss leaders, visionaries, taxi drivers, firemen, college professors, writers, dads, moms, husbands and wives, etc… What I need is to hear real people talking about their victories and struggles in their faith life. The High Calling is a place for us as Christians to talk about and work out how we are to live on this earth as God's people. At The High Calling, I meet with fellow travelers and learn about their struggles, their victories, their ponderings, and their yearnings. And as I echo back my own experiences and thoughts, I find a community where there is the richness of a common journey…
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I visit many sites and read a lot of writing on the internet. I continue to return to The High Calling because I don't just find articles to read there. I find a warm, thoughtful, genuine community of people who truly get the idea of connecting faith with every area of life. Also, I like hanging out with The High Calling cause you're the cool kids on the internet.
Bradley J. Moore
The High Calling has become an important faith community in my life. These passionate, creative, and thoughtful people challenge me to keep growing in my faith--leading me to a deeper place in my spiritual journey. I am so grateful for this group of believers.
After spending some time as a guest on various networks, I joined The High Calling because I love the different creative voices, the different styles of writing, the opportunity to join community writing projects, the encouragement to rediscover and develop forgotten writing skills, and so much more. Without doubt my experience of blogging is much richer with The High Calling than it would have been without the network.
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