Everyday Discernment

Episode 25: Jason Romano- Discerning Career Change

Episode Summary

Jason Romano is an author, speaker, and media professional with over 20 years of broadcasting experience. He tells us about a major career change he made while he was at ESPN and how he was faithful to God's calling and timing. In this episode we discuss: - How to disciple new converts to the faith - The negative consequences of chasing the corporate ladder - How we should be spurned to do good works once we are saved - Peace and waiting on God's timing during big decisions - Looking back and seeing God's hand on your life where at the time it was cloudy - Decision making as an open door or breadcrumb analogy - What bloom where you are planted means for the Christian - Career order of importance - Living forgiveness as a fruit of the Spirit - "The only road to freedom and peace is forgiveness" "Forgiveness is not optional" - Servant leadership- leading as Jesus led by serving first

Episode Notes

For more information on Jason Romano:

Go to https://www.jasonromano.com/

To watch his short video about his story that I reference go to: https://www.jasonromano.com/biography

Connect on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jasonromano

Buy his books here: https://www.jasonromano.com/book

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