Life Calling

Purpose Filled Students

An inspiring semester long curriculum helping students identify their purpose, become equipped to make life decisions, and lead change in the world. 

Live according to God's Word

Most high school students graduate without having ever thought very deeply about their unique design and how that should translate into their God-given calling for their career and life.

The Life Calling Model consists of three basic components:

Foundational Values

What a person believes and values at the very core of their life will guide and direct what they think and how they behave. Foundation Values explores the ideas behind one’s faith, character, and service. These elements come alive when understood in the context of a Biblical worldview.

Unique Design

Psalm 139 encourages us that God was involved in the creation of our lives from the very beginning. As developed through the curriculum, our uniqueness is best understood through a multifaceted look at our strengths, experiences, and passions.

Personal Mission

This component of the curriculum helps each individual to begin to understand what steps are necessary to lead them to a fulfilling, God-honoring life. This is possible as a student discovers the needs of the world and how those needs interact with their own vision of how to influence their world. Ultimately, this self-discovery leads to action.

The Life Calling Curriculum is built on the scholarly work of Dr. Bill Millard and has been taught to nearly 9,000 students over the past decade. 

 

Introduction to Life Calling introduces students to a framework for understanding their lives through the concept of purpose and calling. It enables them to develop tools that will help them make decisions in life consistent with this life calling and purpose.

THE LIFE CALLING MODEL

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Scott Harsh, Greater Atlanta Christian School

"Our students who have taken Introduction to Life Calling are more confident in their identity, more aware of their purpose, and better equipped to make decisions about their future. For GAC, this is not an “add on” program. Life calling is so much bigger than a stand-alone course."

Carl Martinez, Whittier Christian High School

"I would strongly encourage Christian schools to implement Life Calling into their curriculum because I know first-hand through student, parent, and teacher feedback that this course is highly effective in having an extremely important conversation with students and God’s call on their lives."

Buddy Winn, Maranatha Christian School

"Watching students learn to value their self-worth based on their individual uniqueness as well as the individuality and diversity of others was very rewarding."

  • For high school credit: $75/student

    • Includes Instructor access to all course materials

    • Includes student textbook (print or eBook version)

    • Includes online assessment

    • Billed through RBI​

  • For Dual Credit: $200/student

    • Includes instructor access to materials, student textbook and online assessment ($75 billed through RBI)

    • Includes 3 hours of college credit through Ohio Christian University ($125 billed through OCU).

    • Click HERE for more information on Dual Credit

A.  Knowledge Outcomes: By participating in and completing the course requirements outlined, students should be able to demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of:

  1. The theology of work

  2. Life calling, work and leadership and the relationship between them

  3. Vocation as service

  4. The identity of many occupations or roles in work, life and leadership

  5. A five-strength model for evaluating an individual’s God-given unique design

  6. Their best learning environment

  7. How to integrate an in-depth self-assessment into a vocational life and leadership plan

  8. The integration between life calling, work and leadership development

 

B.  Character Outcomes: By participating in and completing the course requirements outlined, students should develop a belief in, value of, and commitment to:

  1. Their own self-worth based on their own individual uniqueness

  2. The individuality and diversity of others

  3. A purpose-guided life based on the concept that all are called and all are leaders

  4. Life development based on personal strengths

  5. Life choices based on their God-given design

  6. Vocation as service

  7. The life-long process of personal life discovery and leadership development

 

C.  Skill Outcomes: By participating in and completing the course requirements outlined, students should develop competencies in:

  1. Self-assessment and self-awareness

  2. Life planning

  3. Informational interviewing

  4. Articulating their unique strengths and design to others

COST
OBJECTIVES

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