Be Worthy of the Call, Part 2 {Podcast 119}

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Join Elisa Pulliam and Angela Sackett on the More to Be Podcast for a life-changing look at the idea of calling. In this episode, Be Worthy of the Call, Part 2, Elisa and Angela continue to look at the differences between career and calling, missional work and ministry, as well as spiritual giftings. Open your Bibles to Ephesians 4:1-16, as Elisa continues to unpack this chapter.

Highlights

Just because we’re good at something doesn’t mean it has to be our career. – Elisa

Is the thing I’m getting paid to do simply the means to the end? – Elisa

The call on all our lives is to live out the Gospel. – Angela

The worthy call is about what we have received from God, not what we have earned. - Elisa Pulliam on the More to Be Podcast

Our missional work may be integrated into our professional work or parallel. – Elisa

God, what is your will for how you want me to live wherever you put me? – Elisa

It is about being, not doing. – Angela

He wants our hearts, girls. – Angela

The worthy call is about what we have received from God, not what we have earned. – Elisa

God is about the business of using His people to build up His body. – Elisa


Challenge Questions & Go Deeper

  1. How is the gift of salvation overflowing into how you live each day?
  2. How are you using your spiritual gifting, which has been given to you by God, in every place He has placed you?

GO DEEPER

Read Romans 12 and 1 Corinthians 12 to learn more about the spiritual gifts. If you join the More to Be Tribe Membership community, you can also get access to a free resource unpacking all the spiritual gifts.


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2 thoughts on “Be Worthy of the Call, Part 2 {Podcast 119}”

  1. Thank you for again raising this important issue. In “Seven Habits.. Stephen Covey stresses the importance of a character ethic approach verse the personality ethic approach as a foundation for success. He suggests being honest as a core value is a more solid foundation than simply knowing how to be honest in certain situations. I wonder if it could also be said in light of this discussion that if we allow the core value of being new in Christ and alive on mission with Him to drive the task of Christian community formation that we would end up with greater missional success. I think it has been said before that if we make disciples we will form a church. The struggle of so many is to free our minds from what that church will look like. Will it be mission formed? Or will it be a replication of another model? Post Christian culture has once again highlighted the need for new models driven by solid “gospel- value formed disciples makers.

    1. Thanks so much for taking the time to share your thought. I completely resonate with what you have say. Discipleship is key, and especially dependent on seeing that as part of our core values and mission!

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