A Review on High Calling

A Review on High Calling

high-calling-02.gifI was invited by Marcus Goodyear to review his new blogging venture, The High Calling, and join with others on a blogging tour stemming from the review of his new blog. It is a faith-based blog designed to encourage Christians find a connection between God and their work. I'm glad to accept the invitation, and even though the time I can devote to the tour is limited, I am going to give a short review of The High Calling and give you some links to other bloggers involved with the tour. This is my two-cents: On first glance, the site appeared to me to be rather slick, packaged, and fairly traditional. I felt like I was opening a glossy upbeat Christian magazine where everyone is beautiful and successful... the kind of mag I wouldn't be naturally inclined towards. Upon further inspection, however, I found that there is lots of depth to be found inside of it. There are several category links, from work and family to leadership to integrity to professional relationships and more. Also, I browsed through the pretty extensive stable of contributing writers and found several there that I am very much into. Overall, I think it is an impressive site, packed with several resources and articles that you might like to look into. It includes daily stuff and even audio talks. I'm amazed at how big the site is and the work it must take to maintain it. Good job Marcus Goodyear and all involved. Thanks for the invite. I found some other interesting sites, blogs, and potential friends. Here's a list of other bloggers taking part in the tour that you might like to check out, many of whom seem to be writers themselves: Gordon Atkinson, L.L. Barkat, Gina Conroy, Craver VII, CREEations, Milton Brasher-Cunningham, Mary DeMuth, Karl Edwards, Emdashery, Every Square Inch, Amy Goodyear, Marcus Goodyear himself!, Al Hsu, Jennwith2ns, Charles Foster Johnson, Mike McLoughlin, Eve Neilsen, Ramblin Dan, Charity Singleton, Stacy, Camy Tang Anyway, take a look-see, and for goodness sake try to have fun... maybe!

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