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Shane Claiborne: Holy Vocation

When God's people engage their work with his imagination, the kingdom comes near.

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Shane Claiborne always pushes church leaders to think differently. In this video he shares stories of women and men who are engaging their vocations in a way that reveals God's kingdom. While church and ministry is important, he invites us to consider how those with callings outside the church might be used by God to heal our world.

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