Where young adults and others ask the question, “What do I do with my life?” through the lens of the Christian faith.
On this website, you will find podcasts, videos, and blogs focusing on particular themes that relate to the question, “What do I do with my life?”
The blogs will usually reflect theologically (that is, with a mind about how God works in our lives) on the questions and themes.
The videos will typically be real people who are talking about their lives and how God has called them into their livelihoods, or what questions they struggle with, or both!
The podcasts are audio discussions tying human experiences and theological reflections together around each theme.
This entire website and its social media outlets are meant to be a resource for you -whoever you are- who are asking that big question, “What do I do with my life?” Here at Project Living, we believe God continues to call and direct people to work for the good of all the world, but discerning that call can be very difficult, especially if you’re asking it all by yourself. That’s why we want you to engage in the conversation with us, and even more importantly, to find the people and communities in your life that you love and trust, and begin having those big conversations with them.
So take a look around, and thanks for visiting.
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Project Living is a website thought up and maintained by two pastors of the Allegheny Synod, a part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). It is made possible by a grant from the Lily Foundation through Project Connect. For more information about the Allegheny Synod, the ELCA, or Project Connect, check out our “Quick Links” at the bottom of the page.