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All of us want to have some sense that we are doing what God made us to do. It goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden. Adam and Eve were put there and given the responsibility to subdue the earth and exercise dominion over it. Being fruitful, multiplying, tending the garden and filling the earth were all God-given mandates before sin entered into the world.
Part of what this means is that from the beginning, God’s plan was that work would be a part of living on this earth. We were created for work. We were designed to achieve, create, and expend energy to be productive. That’s why, as part of God’s common grace, all human beings, even after sin entered this world, get enormous gratification from working. It gives us a sense of accomplishment and gratification. It’s why at The Millard College we speak so much about discovering God’s destiny for your life.
This sense of destiny begins with having a right relationship with God through his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. By repenting of one’s sins and trusting in Jesus Christ’s work on the cross for the forgiveness of those sins, one can start to fulfill the destiny that God has for them.
God’s destiny for one’s life is often connected to a sense of calling and vocational satisfaction. And vocational satisfaction is most often achieved by participating in some sort of vocational training and education. This is exactly what The Millard College will help you achieve: discover your calling and God-given destiny.
And while you are with us as a student, we will come along side of you with a comprehensive support system that will help you finish what you started. We will be with you every step of the way.
Why don’t you reach out to one of our admissions specialists and find out why The Millard College is so committed to helping you discover your God-given destiny?
I look forward to serving you.
Randy Stinson, Ph.D.