The Interactive Companion to the book Unrepeatable: Cultivating the Unique Calling of Every Person
Help young people ages 15-25 discover, embrace, and live out their unique callings. Unrepeatable Life is a workbook designed to help youth ages 15-25 identify and live out their personal vocations. It is packed with exercises, discussion questions, and group activities to facilitate the prayerful discernment of each person s God-given mission in the world.
The workbook can be used as a stand-alone curriculum or in groups churches, families, clubs, and schools (including homeschools) will benefit from using Unrepeatable Life to teach and cultivate the unique calling of every student and child and help build a culture of vocation.
In a highly practical and engaging way, Miller and Burgis go beyond helping young people discern a vocation to marriage or a vocation to the priesthood or religious life or a particular kind of job. It helps each and every young person understand their unique, created design and the particular way in which they are called to live out their personal vocation in every circumstance and on every path of life.
The workbook includes innovative approaches to discernment including:
- Open questions to help youth develop a framework for living an examined life
- Narrative-driven assessment that helps youth discover their core motivational drive by telling their story
- Mission Essential Task Lists for the prioritization of daily responsibilities and the ordering of time toward the fulfillment of one’s personal calling
- Writing their personal examination of conscience based on their unique purpose in the world
Unrepeatable Life is a first-of-its-kind approach, which Bishop Robert Barron says is for every Christian, especially the teacher, counselor, or spiritual director, who is truly serious about sifting through the cultural morass to find the right vocation, covers everything from cultural challenges, listening with empathy, unique motivational design, keys to effective discernment, and practical tools for ongoing discernment.
Young people are not the only ones who will benefit. Pick up this book to help others, says author Lisa Hendey, but be prepared to rediscover the blessing of your own story too!