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TwentySomeone: Finding Yourself in a Decade of Transitionby Doug Serven
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The decade of your twenties is full of important, stressful, maddening questions: What will I do? Who will I love? Where will I live?
But maybe there’s a bigger question: Who am I? The fact is, the period of time between your teens and thirties will shape a lot of your character, your calling, and your view of the world.
Authors Craig Dunham and Doug Serven (recent graduates of their twenties) explain that the difference between a twentysomething and TwentySomeone has to do with the questions we ask. Instead of asking, “What will I do?” twentysomeones need to ask “Who am I?”–the real question of the twenties.
Full of personal experience and practical wisdom, TwentySomeone helps you make the most of your twenties while giving you the skills to handle common life experiences like singlehood, first jobs, getting married, having kids, and buying stuff. This is a guidebook that will help you discover who God is calling you to be.
Posing the question, "what does God want?" for people in their twenties, this book offers readers advice on how to align their goals with heavenly principles while finding personal satisfaction in love, on the job, and in life in general. Original.
Craig Dunham and Doug Serven met in college at the University of Missouri-Columbia and both worked for The Navigators after graduation. Craig is now the director of programs and marketing for the Glen Eyrie Group, the camping/conference ministry of The Navigators. Doug is now the Reformed University Fellowship campus minister at the University of Oklahoma and is ordained through the Presbyterian Church in America.
Table of Contents
The question of our twenties — God has a wonderful (and strange and confusing) plan for your life — Humility : overcoming the tyranny of self — Integrity : living out who we are — Teachability : learning to learn from anyone — Faithfulness : the crucible of the twenties — Money : resisting the American dream — Time : using (not just having) the time of our lives — Love : the significance of "significant other" — Community : living with all kinds of folks — Legacy : rethinking accomplishment and success.
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