PERSONAL VOCATIONAL DISCERNMENT
An exploration of personal vocation.
We explore the meaning of personal vocation as a unique call that includes the universal vocation to holiness and a basic state in life. We help students learn how to effectively discern their vocations, make critical life decisions, and foster the gifts of others.
The objectives are designed to give students insights they can use for lifelong, joy filled service to God & neighbor.
Students will learn to identify basic ways they have been uniquely designed and gifted by God.
Students will learn basic steps in vocational discernment and the place of their own creative freedom in charting a life course.
Students will also learn to see, appreciate and foster, through empathic listening, the unique gifts of their peers.
1. Reflection and journaling exercises
2. Reading and discussion
3. Practical application of classroom learning - e.g. service project based on giving of one's gifts, real life decisions, gratitude letter.
What Does God Want? A Practical Guide to Decision Making. Fr. Michael Scanlan.
Personal Vocation Workbook. Joshua Miller, Ph.D.
Each student will have the opportunity to be a part of group coaching & peer to peer support as well as individual coaching from an Inscape vocation coach.
TEACHER & COACH
You will receive training from Dr. Joshua Miller in a webinar (4 hrs) prior to the start of the course. Please sign-up below to make sure that you are included.
The course fee will be $225 which includes the MCORE Assessment, coaching, and support from Inscape.