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The Stories of Our Lives: The Theological Exploration of Vocation in Colleges and Universities

Susan VanZanten discusses how the telling of personal stories about one's life has been a key element of the powerful impact that the Program for the Theological Exploration of Vocation (PTEV) has had on students and faculty.

Susan VanZanten discusses how the telling of personal stories about one's life has been a key element of the powerful impact that the Program for the Theological Exploration of Vocation (PTEV) has had on students and faculty. The PTEV has sought to help students examine the relationship between faith and work, encourage talented students to explore a call to Christian ministry, and prepare faculty and staff to assist students in thinking about vocation, work, and ministry in new ways.

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