Follow the steps: First, Create calling card A business card not only provides information; it also gives a sense of the purpose and mission of the company and the owner of the card. For this assignment, you create a personal calling card (I apologize if you hate puns).
Create calling card A business card not only provides information
Follow the steps: First, Create calling card A business card not only provides information; it also gives a sense of the purpose and mission of the company and the owner of the card. For this assignment, you create a personal calling card (I apologize if you hate puns). The card is your personal card (your name on it) and should reflect your sense of purpose and calling at the beginning of the course. Please create a two-sided personal calling card in digital format (.jpg, .png, or .pdf). The card should be sized 2 inches by 3.5 inches. I expect you to use color, graphics and/or a logo, and text effectively to convey your sense of self. In lieu of an address and phone number, use email and/or social media links.
Second , Thread 1 Complete the “Calling Card 1” assignment and post both sides of your card into the first thread for module 1. Provide no more than one paragraph of explanatory description of your card (module objectives 1 and 4). Then post a reply to three other cards analyzing how each reflects the person’s purpose(s) and calling. Be sure to employ the definitions for “purpose” and “calling” provided by Building Your Knowledge 1. Also, select for analysis cards that have few or no analyses posted to them.
Thread 2 This course explores four periods in the history of Christianity and the key questions at stake during those periods on the topic of vocation. Identify two of the questions from the reading that are most interesting to you and then explain why they are so interesting (module objective 2). Then, in the second paragraph, discuss in general the practice of looking to the past for guidance in the present. Do you find doing so helpful or problematic? Why?
Thread 3 Select three of the biblical stories from Callings, pp. 13–20 (module objective 3).
1- Analyze each story in terms of the following: a – Who was called? b- By whom was the call issued and through what means? c-To what was the individual called? To a task? To a job/position? Also, To a perspective or belief? (These categories are not mutually exclusive) d- Who/what benefits from a response to the call? e- How does the call fit into the larger plan of God at work at the time of the call?
2- Compare the stories a. How are the stories similar? b. How are they different?
3) Synthesize the above data into a concluding statement a. How do these stories illustrate a biblical concept of calling?
Finally : Journal Your journal is a space to reflect on what you learned and communicate privately with me.
This course challenges you to think about your future direction through an interaction with various Christian perspectives on vocation. The journal charts your reflection and growth through the course.
In this initial journal, write about your personal awareness of your purpose in life and your calling at the start of this course.
How do you see your future?
What drives you?
What frightens you? I ask you to be personal, since self-awareness is the first step toward reflective practice.
You will probably need a couple of paragraphs to do this reflection. After you have written a bit about yourself, pick one of the biblical characters to whom you can relate. Tell me why. And then tell me one question you would like to ask that person. Following your reflective writing, I ask you to write one additional paragraph about how your online experience is going so far. Is there anything I can do to help you? Do you have questions about the online environment or the activities of the module?