Should I Take a New Job If It Requires Moving?

Author:
Charlie Self
Date:
May 16, 2022
Type:

Charlie Self offers prayerful ways in which the Holy Spirit can help Christians discern where God is leading them.

"I may have an opportunity to take a new job and a significant promotion. But it would mean that we (wife, 4 year old, 2 year old, and me) would have to move about 1,000 miles from our extended families for no less than two to three years. Further, we love our church and our small group, and it’s very challenging to think about joining a new congregation and building new relationships. However, I think I can see God’s fingerprints all over the path that led us to this opportunity. How do we discern wisdom in this situation? How should we be praying? How do we know when to go, or stay, in faith? "

Should I Take a New Job If It Requires Moving?

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