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What do an engineer, a writer, two youth ministers, a scientist, and a photographer have in common?

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What do an engineer, a writer, two youth ministers, a scientist, and a photographer have in common? While their tools may vary, each has been called by God to build the church. We asked these six people to reflect and share how God called each of them and how they responded—and continue to respond. Their stories attest to how our common baptism makes us all builders in the reign of God.

A photographer on how capturing light is a call from God
By Liz Farina Markel

 

 

Engineering a path of discipleship
By Jake Schueller

 

 

 

How Abraham helped me become a scientist
By Will Olds

 

 

Building the kingdom with pencil and paper
By Jessica Mesman Griffith

 

 

Finding your vocation takes trust
By Jessie Bazan