Have you ever wondered about your life's calling? Do you ever consider that you might be here for a particular reason or reasons? Can one calling interrupt another?
Some people experience more than one calling in life. Bryan Jackson is one of those people. A 32-year cancer survivor, Bryan has encountered his share of adversity over the decades. His understanding of calling, both as a Protestant clergyman and a Cherokee descendant, is that of a broad path that can lead to specific circumstances. From carrying a sidearm to enforce the law, to carrying the sacred space to others as a chaplain, counselor, and pastor, Bryan has been called to serve in a variety of conditions where others have helped shape the person he was to become.
From the magic of working with animals as a vocation, to discovering the details of his deep Cherokee roots and choosing to live within the parameters of his own guiding principles, Bryan challenges the reader to be open to the possibilities of calling and how our respective callings can take us places we never thought possible. Called Yet Again offers the reader a glance at this Charlotte, NC native's experiences of the twists and turns in the ordained ministry, as well as the life-changing consequences of serious genealogy and family systems theory studies.
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