The High Calling has never aimed to be just another digital Christian publication pushing out more noise onto the internet. We hire just as many community editors as content editors. We read bloggers, we read affiliates, we engage in conversation on Facebook and Twitter with you, dear reader. For us, community is a matter of hospitality. This means we do our very best to listen to you. With 100,000 subscribers across all of our channels, this is a herculean effort sometimes, but if you reach out to us through our sites, someone will answer you. (We try to answer within a few hours, but sometimes we get behind.)
One of the most important ways we listen is by linking out to feature writing from people in our community. We read through the RSS feeds in our community, we follow your links on Facebook and Twitter, and we pay special attention to the other faith and work ministries around the world. We hope you enjoy these top five community articles from 2012!
Stop Waiting for God to Tell You What to Do With Your Life
By Justin Zoradi
“You want to do meaningful work? Stop sitting on your hands waiting for God to tell you what to do.”
Community Writing Project: I Do
By Ann Kroeker
We asked you to help us explore the joys and struggles of marriage. Out of 60 responses, four of them stood out as particularly inspirational.
Try Something New for 30 Days
By Phil Gerbyshak
Admit it: You’ve been waiting for today, for quite a while. There’s no better time to try something new than in the New Year, and there’s no better person than Phil Gerbyshak to encourage you along the way.
Community Writing Project: Letting Vacation Ride Shotgun
By Deidra Riggs
We invited you to share your thoughts and memories and dreams of vacation. You wrote about vacations past, vacations yet to come, and vacations on your bucket list.
Three Ways to Rewire the Brain
By Stephen Martin
It took Robin Hood, the New Yorker and an eight-year old to help Stephen Martin figure out how to remap his gray matter.
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