Blog author: Mindy Hirst
by on Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Our On Call in Culture community has been on a journey exploring different areas that God has us On Call in Culture. We have such a rich community of people living their lives to bring God glory. Here are examples of people we have seen who are being On Call in Culture in their life and work. Are there other job areas you would like to see us focus on? We’d love to hear what you think!

ARTIST
“Art is the transcendent scent of God…our earthly glimpse into Heaven.” Chris Woolley

 

MUSICIAN

“Having a platform or stage instantly gives you more influence in someone’s life. “ Bart Williams

 

ORGANIZER
“When you organize a home you become part of their life.” Madison Wasinger

POLITICAL CARTOONIST
“Make no mistake; this is not an easy relationship. Lots of people think love is soft & fuzzy. It’s not.” Chuck Asay

 

 

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER
“With all the dry planets circling the sun, God put us here with the uniqueness and the beauty of it. God planted it in us to appreciate that beauty.” Ed Moodie

VIDEO CREATOR
“The beauty of art is that it can slip past the analytical mind and appeal to the emotions.” Rachel Bogan

 

 

HOLLYWOOD SENIOR EDITOR
“Being On Call means connecting things that sadly have not been connected for at least a generation.” Gary Stratton

PHILOSOPHY INSTRUCTOR
“Philosophy, I think, is the lingua franca of peace in the world.” Bruce McCluggage

 

AUTHOR/DEFENSE AND INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM MANAGER
“As Christians we are supposed to participate in creating a better society.” Elizabeth Knox

CHURCH WORSHIP/ART LEADERSHIP
“…while art isn’t here necessarily to make people better people…it has a transformative power.” Joseph Tenney

 

CHURCH LEADERSHIP
“The lives we live as believers are not segmented kinds of lives where church is one piece and what I do out there for half my life is another piece.” Raleigh Gresham

AUTHOR AND FORTUNE 500 BUSINESS EXECUTIVE
“’Being On Call’ means that you have set boundaries…that when God opens doors…you aren’t so caught up in the pressures of life that you aren’t able to take advantage of these open doors or opportunities.” Diane Paddison