logo1.gif If you haven't heard, LinkedIn continues to gain momentum as a place for people to network, find jobs and old co-workers.  Because I work in the web development industry, I've joined, (view my LinkedIn Profile ) but I don't know if pastors and other church leaders are using it. 

Since we're talking about work, Keller wrote a short but good piece on "What Kind of Work Should I do?" and here is a quote:

First, consider your affinities. This is the existential aspect to determining your calling. It is asking the question: “What people-needs do I vibrate to?” Second, consider your abilities. This is the empirical aspect to determining your calling. It is asking the question: “What kinds of tasks am I good at doing?” Third, consider your opportunities. This is the ‘providential’ aspect to determining your calling. It is asking the question: “What actual doors are opening for me? What needs to be done?” 

Read the full article, “God’s Work; Our Work” in January 2007’s Redeemer Report (PDF).  (HT: djchuang )