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Vocational

Relating to an occupation, career, or job.
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Protestants recall Luther's broadening of the idea of vocation to include the work of the laborer and the magistrate, as well as the minister of the church.
The talents God has given us, combined with our deepest desires and the needs of our times, lead us to discern the macro choices for how to live our vocation.
Chairman District Zakat Committee Nazeer Hussain Bajwa, Area Manager Punjab Vocation Training Council Malik Mohammad Rafiq, Principal Main Campus VTI Mohammad Ilyas Ch and others were also present.
Parishes were asked as well to hold a special collection in today's Masses for the archdiocese's vocation promotion ministry.
On Working for Our Neighbor: A Lutheran Primer on Vocation, Economics, and Ordinary Life
This is where vocation becomes part of the equation.
Vocation Brewery, based in Cragg's business park in New Road, has a production capacity of more than 17,000 pints of cask ale a week, using American hops and fruity flavours including citrus, peach, pineapple, grapefruit and mango.
Grounded in scripture, Going on Vocation invites the viewer to rethink their career and vocation, including ways to incorporate Christ and his teachings to heart every day on the job.
Vocation Limited should trade higher after signing an agreement to acquire Endeavour College of Natural Health, Australia s leading providers of higher education and vocational training in the health and wellness sector.
A vocation is much more than a job, writes Steven Garber in this book for all who want their work life to reflect their innermost beliefs and values.
I once asked her if she felt that she had a vocation to washing-up.