Ephesians 2:10 says
10 "For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand so that we would walk in them."

I think about this verse when I think about the difference between "calling" and "vocation". Maybe I have mentioned this before, but I believe the difference is important. Vocation has to do with the specific job I am doing. Calling has to do with the purpose for which God made me and the work he wants me to do. It use to be that I was worried about missing God's will for my life because i thought it had to do with a specific job. Now, I am realizing that jobs are man made and calling is God made. As long as a job is consistent with my calling I feel free to be able to accept that job. Which in turn means that I may not be particularly loyal to a company or specific position because I don't see that as the key issue. The key issue is whether or not I am doing the works that he has called me to do as Ephesians 2:10 says.

My calling is to work with people who are broken. So, there are no shortage of jobs that fit that description. Sometimes that has meant physically broken such as a nursing home or hospital, but it always means spiritual broken and sometimes also emotionally broken

I may be wrong, but I don't particularly think God cares what office or building I do that in. As long as it is consistent with the calling. That's what I focus on.

Your thoughts?