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That is the second rejection in the last two days. I am actually thankful I got a response. I have heard nothing from several places.
As a follower of Jesus Christ trying to get a job, I do wonder what I should have on a resume or how I should answer the application. Should I not tell anyone that my highest level of education is a master's degree? I have only been filling out applications for jobs that need a high school diploma. Does that make me look over qualified? Should I say something different?
What about me being a bi-vocational pastor? Should I tell people that or not? My resume would not make any sense, for I have been doing that the last 20 years. Who wants to hire someone who already has work? Doesn't it make a person less flexible? Who wants to hire a pastor?
I have been working 3-4 hours a day looking for work. I am not qualified for a lot of work. I have very few special skills or licenses. I am not a "he-man" who can consistently lift 100 plus pounds. I am a pastor who needs to keep Sunday free. Yet, there are many jobs I could easily do, but I don't have much of a chance to present myself to those employers. That is the difficult part.
In the midst of this challenge of finding jobs, God is helping me. He reminds me of Scriptures. He has given me a couple interviews which offer me hope. He is the one who turns grief to joy. He is the one who makes all things work for his good.
I have been doing this for just a short time. I can't imagine how hard it would be for somebody to be looking for a job for a year or even more. God is faithful, and he will help me. My hope is in him.