Other Faith-Based Career Resources

More ways to find the career you were born to do and see God's hand in the process.

God is in the Details of Your Career

I truly believe that God has a work for you to do. He gave each of us a unique set of talents and abilities that He expects us to develop to bless our own lives, to support our families, and to serve others. As you learn how to do that--how to really lean into your God-given strengths--you will find more success and joy in the work you do; and your sphere of positive influence will increase accordingly. So whether you use my services or not, I implore you to not settle for anything less than the career you were born to do.

"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven."

Below is a list of other faith-based resources to consider.

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Faith-Based Career Resources

  • Self-Reliance Program by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    Don't let the simpleness of this FREE program detour you from enrolling. There is no better way to partner with God in your career.
  • BYU Pathway Worldwide
    BYU Pathway Worldwide provides spiritually-based online degrees at a reduced cost. Graduates of the program can continue their education online or matriculate into in-person classes.
  • Ensign College
    The mission of Ensign College is, "to produce graduates who are spiritually well-grounded and professionally prepared." I am enthralled with the certificate program that allows students to start working in areas of interest while working towards their degrees. It's inspired.
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Faith-Based Career Inspiration

  • "Women and Education: “A Future Only God Could See for You”" by Eva Witesman
    Easily, the most inspiring talk on education and careers for women who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 
  • "Could We Have Supposed?" by Jack N. Gerard
    Getting a new job is one of the top five stressors for adults. I think this BYU Devotional is an excellent guidepost for how to reflect on circumstances and prepare for change.
  • "Preparing to Lead" by Henry J. Eyring
    In this BYU Idaho Devotional, brother Eyring shares some earlier bumps in his career path, details on how he got straightened out, and advice for helping you figure out the road you should take.
  • "Becoming Might Oaks" by Justin Hodges
    You don't have to be a college student to learn from this talk on “Becoming Mighty Oaks.” Brother Hodges shares how important it is to be able to communicate and know your God-given talents.
  • "If You Don't Like it, Change It." by Carrie Roberts
    Sister Roberts talks about how the choices you make in life determine where you want to go and only you can decide to change the the things that aren't working.
  • "Finding Your Purpose" by Jody Moore
    Sister Roberts talks about how the choices you make in life determine where you want to go and only you can decide to change the the things that aren't working.
  • "Be All In" by Ryan Smith, Qualtrics CEO & Co-founder
    Brother Smith shares why it's important to be "all in" in every role in our lives--family, faith, and career.
  • "Decisions Determine Destiny" by Thomas S. Monson
    If you want a good kick, please listen to this 1979 talk given by then Elder Thomas S. Monson in which he shares guidance on how to pick the right field of study and your "life's work."

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