Workbooks and Devotional Guides

Explore Our Workbooks

Our workbooks are designed to encourage you to think deeply, ask new questions, and engage your imagination about the particular ways God is inviting each of us to live and work in the world. All workbooks are available as downloadable PDFs delivered directly to your email inbox.

Becoming Lead Servants

Workbook by Uli Chi

What does it mean for us to be “lead servants?” What does it mean to follow Joseph’s example of faithfully living for God throughout all of life’s circumstances?

Devotions for Christmas

Workbook by Mark Roberts

Christmas is about the birth of Christ and his coming into the world, taking on human flesh. In this season, we remember God becoming incarnate, embodied.

Leadership Vows

Workbook by Uli Chi

What promises are you making? What can people expect from you? Results are important in leadership. But the greater challenge lies in looking within ourselves.

Myths of Vocation, Volumes 1-4

Workbook Series by Michaela O’Donnell Long, Paul Matsushima, and Jerome Blanco

These workbooks explore how we may have dysfunctional beliefs about what work and calling should look like.

Seat at the Table

Workbook by Michaela O’Donnell Long

Too often, women are enculturated to set the table rather than sit at the table in their work. It’s time for that to change—time for women to take a seat at the table God is calling them to.

Seven Last Words

Workbook By Mark D. Roberts

This workbook is designed to help you reflect on the seven last words of Christ on the cross and help draw you closer to Christ this Holy Week.

She Is: Biblical Reflections on Vocation

Workbook edited by Michaela O’Donnell Long

This workbook is designed to help people engage questions of vocation through the stories of various biblical women.