Clear the Clutter: A Focus on Vocation

Inspired by my blog, Leaving Room, where I explored the idea of clearing the clutter in our lives to make room for God to do new and innovative things, I gave an hour-long talk at Union Theological Seminary about clearing the clutter to focus on vocation. How do we begin to clear the voices, the opinions, the social pressure to be (insert occupation here) when we hear God calling us in a different direction?

The good people at Union Theological Seminary recorded the audio from the talk and you can find it by clicking here. Attendees’ questions and answers are also featured! A note: the audio is a little distorted so turn down your speakers a bit before clicking play!

We had such a great time talking and thinking through the possibilities of vocation. I share my story of how my dream to move to New York was ten years in the making, why saying “no” to opportunities that crowded my vocational aspirations set me up for the perfect “yes,” and why taking a leap of faith requires more of God than it does of us!

Much thanks to Union Seminary and the  Vo/Career Initiative for inviting me to speak! If you’re interested in having me do a talk around vocation at your college, church, or small group click here!

On the Vocational Chase,

Alisha L.

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2 thoughts on “Clear the Clutter: A Focus on Vocation

  1. Gail High says:

    Thank you for your words of wisdom….I need to stop blocking God’s flow of blessings and opportunities when I think he is taking a wrong turn …..trust the process!!!

  2. tpray says:

    I just finished listening to your talk. It was really good! So many of the things I’ve been thinking and feeling lately were discussed which help bring perspective for me. Thank you for sharing and for making a difference in the lives of people like me.

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