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1

The Life Calling Model is composed of three distinct components. Which of the following does NOT belong in the Model?
a. Unique Design
b. Foundational Values
c. Economic Trends
d. Vocational Focus

e. Both C and D

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Which of the following statements most closely reflects the concept behind our discussion of Life Calling or Life Purpose?
a. A life calling or purpose is not related to vocation
b. A life calling or purpose does not represent a call of God to serve Him in the world.
c. A life calling or purpose is greater than a job or position or your major area of study in college.
d. God only calls people into a life of ministry in the church. God does not call people into every area and sector of human life.
e. All of the above

c. A life calling or purpose is greater than a job or position or your major area of study in college.

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4. Which of the following is/are elements of one’s purpose?
a. A purpose provides the “why” to taking a journey or pursuing a specific calling
b. A purpose provides inspiration that guides us toward a particular goal
c. A purpose motivates us to begin our journey toward a career or calling
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

d. All of the above

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5. Which of the following is considered to be a key lesson learned by studying the story of Esther?
a. Early stressful situations always negatively affect our life calling
b. There often is an important link between the gifts and abilities that God gives us and the life circumstances we experience
c. We, like Esther, will usually discover our true calling only in middle age
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

b. There often is an important link between the gifts and abilities that God gives us and the life circumstances we experience

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6. According to the class discussion, when considering how our values are formed, we find most often:
a. The formation of our character leads to the development of our faith which then leads us to a life of service
b. Our life of service leads to the formation of our faith which then leads to the development of our character.
c. The formation of our faith leads to the development of our character which then leads us to a life of service.
d. Faith, character, and service have nothing to do with our values
e. None of the above

c. The formation of our faith leads to the development of our character which then leads us to a life of service.

6

Which of the following best sums up the intent of Psalm 139:13-16?
a. God created us clear through to our innermost parts
b. We are fearfully and wonderfully made
c. God has a plan or purpose for my life
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

d. All of the above

7

The Discovery Disciplines of the “TEACHER” acronym include which of the following?
a. Seeking counsel from others
b. Spending time reflecting on your uniqueness
c. Experiencing a work setting by job shadowing in a field in which you have an interest
d. Studying the philosophical and scientific principles/ideas related to life calling
e. All of the above

e. All of the above

8

The purpose of the Discovery Disciplines, as featured in the TEACHER acronym, is to:
a. Provide students with a list of LDR-150 requirements
b. Provide students with a framework in which they can operate during the life discovery process
c. Provide a developmental model of vocational integrity
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

b. Provide students with a framework in which they can operate during the life discovery process

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Which of the following is NOT one of the Discovery Disciplines outlined in the TEACHER acronym?
a. Counsel
b. Reflection
c. Experience
d. Alignment
e. None of the above

d. Alignment

10

The “T” in the TEACHER acronym refers to:
a. Tests
b. Trials
c. Transference
d. Theory
e. Thanksgiving

d. Theory

11

According to Explorer’s Guide, servanthood is:
a. A required act of serving another person
b. An attitudinal act of serving another person
c. The act of placing the needs of others before one’s own self-interests
d. Both A and B
e. Both B and C

e. Both B and C

12

According to the class discussion and your text, what you believe about the origins of the universe will impact:
a. What you believe about your future
b. What you believe about God’s intentional design
c. What you believe about an intelligent design of the universe
d. Your foundational values
e. All of the above

e. All of the above

13

When the foundational value of character is NOT at work in people’s lives and they live a life that is contrary to their faith, it can lead to a state of:
a. Life congruence
b. Personal conformity
c. Societal connection
d. Purpose Confusion
e. All of the above

d. Purpose Confusion

14

In the context of our study of the Life Purpose Model, the two scriptural passages; “Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the spirit. (Gal. 5:25)”, and “What good is it, my brothers, if a man claims to have faith but has not deeds, (James 2:14),” make reference to which of the following?
a. The need for us to serve others
b. The understanding of foundational values
c. Life congruence
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

c. Life congruence

15

The ongoing, dynamic act of composing and dwelling in some conviction of what is ultimately true, real, and dependable within the largest frame imaginable is referred to as which of the following?
a. Noun-faith
b. Verb-faith
c. Blind faith
d. Adjective faith
e. None of the above

b. Verb-faith

16

Which of the following is not considered an important concept in understanding service?
a. Community
b. Concern
c. Independence
d. Action
e. None of the above

c. Independence

17

When we have separate moral guidelines for different areas of our lives, according to Explorer’s Guide these are considered moral:
a. Interactions
b. Similarities
c. Dependencies
d. Silos
e. All of the above

d. Silos

18

Which of the following is not one of the universal qualities sought by most people?
a. Meaning
b. Prosperity
c. Significance
d. Hope
e. None of the above

b. Prosperity

19

One of the discovery disciplines that has the greatest impact on our discovery of a life calling are examples we see in our lives. These can be found in:
a. Family members
b. People who model vocations
c. Mentors
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

d. All of the above

20

True or False: The counsel we receive regarding our Life Calling should be provided only by licensed professional counselors.

False

21

True or False: The greater the likelihood of an intentional underlying design, the greater the likelihood there is for a “calling” to our lives.

True

22

True or False: Character, as it is used in the Life Purpose Model, means that I value myself as an individual within God’s design of the universe and take moral and ethical actions in my life congruent with the faith I have developed.

True

23

True or False: The typical career model many colleges use to advise students starts by exploring areas of interest then moves to the selection of a college major that corresponds with that interest.

True

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True or False: Service, as it is used in the Life Purpose Model, means that I value others around me as individuals within God’s design of the universe as a community, but I generally do not need to assume responsibility for others.

False

25

There are three elements or facets to our Foundational Values, as discussed in the Life Calling Model. Those three elements are:
a. Faith, Character, Service
b. Faith, Knowledge, Wisdom
c. Creation, Fall, Redemption
d. Wisdom, Integrity, Compassion
e. None of the above

a. Faith, Character, Service