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1

When considering people groups in the world to whom we might be drawn, examples of these might be:
a. people of different ages
b. people of different genders
c. people of different ethnicities
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

d. All of the above

2

When considering locations in the world to which we might be drawn, factors to consider might include:
a. climate
b. family
c. locale
d. All of the above
e. B and C only

d. All of the above

3

The vision we have for our lives should primarily be a:
a. Picture of what things will be like
b. Set of tasks describing what we will do
c. Combination of pictures and tasks
d. Reflection of what we have done in the past
e. Concept developed for us by those we respect

a. Picture of what things will be like

4

Based on the discussion of “vision” in Explorer’s Guide, which of the following would NOT be part of developing a vision to guide your life?
a. Imagination
b. Inspiration
c. Independence
d. Interrelation
e. None of the above

d. Interrelation

5

We use the acronym SMART to describe the kind of performance goals we should set for our lives. Which of the following is NOT a correct definition for one of these letters?
a. S=specific
b. M=measurable
c. A=attainable
d. R=rewarding
e. T=timed

d. R=rewarding

6

When we consider the faith of the people described in Hebrews 11:13-16, the type of vision we primarily see is focused on:
a. Their own lives (egocentric)
b. Making the world a better place (geocentric)
c. A home outside of this world (cosmocentric)
d. The present human condition (ethnocentric)
e. None of the above

c. A home outside of this world (cosmocentric)

7

The primary lesson of the “Magnets of the World” exercise in Explorer’s Guide that was completed in class was:
a. God calls us individually to go into all the world and meet all of its problems
b. the allurements of the world form a primary factor leading to our life calling
c. we do not have to respond to every circumstance in the world.
d. each of us has specific persons, specific opportunities, and specific problems to which we feel drawn
e. All of the above

c. we do not have to respond to every circumstance in the world.

8

The best lesson that can be learned from Matthew 7:24-27 related to the study of life calling is:
a. you may have been placed where you are by God for such a time as this.
b. you are fearfully and wonderfully made.
c. God has given each person gifts and strengths.
d. service to others is the best way to find out what God is doing in your life.
e. If you don’t want to be foolish, put what you have learned into action.

e. If you don’t want to be foolish, put what you have learned into action.

9

According to Explorer’s Guide, if purpose is going to be unleashed at a level great enough to gain Life Purpose status in our lives, it must become strong enough to overcome the:
a. selfishness of indifference
b. comfort of complacency
c. fear of failure
d. avoidance of pain
e. All of the above

e. All of the above

10

True or False: When developing strategies for your life, you should not outline specific steps you will need to take in order to accomplish your performance goals, otherwise you will be disappointed if you do not accomplish these steps.

False

11

True or False: When developing strategies for your life, the element of “direction” is like the direction "East"—you may not be able to define a spot that tells you if or when you got there, but you can tell if you are headed in the right direction.

True

12

True or False: According to Explorer’s Guide, life calling goals may need to be changed as God’s will becomes clearer.

True

13

True or False: The importance of discovering your life calling is that once you have found it, you will never be unclear about specific actions you should take in life.

False

14

True or False: If you are not sure where you are drawn in the world on a personal mission, examine what types of people, locations, opportunities, and problems within the world you find yourself most often encountering.

True

15

True or False:Closed doors in our lives often tell us much about God’s will.

True

16

True or False: It is usually best to begin our pursuit of a life calling by starting with our personal mission and then finding our values and unique design emerging out of this mission.

False

17

True or False: Our personal mission can provide evidence of the discoveries we have made about ourselves in looking at our unique design.

True

18

True or False: The three main components of the Life Purpose Model are distinct from each other and do not overlap.

False

19

True or False: There is only one correct path for you to take on your life journey.

False

20

There are three elements or facets that help us develop a Personal Mission, as discussed in the Life Calling Model. Those three elements are:
a. Goals, Strategy, Determination
b. Circumstances, Vision, Action
c. Meaning, Significance, Hope
d. Vision, Action, Service
e. None of the above

b. Circumstances, Vision, Action