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Many Christians-although they care passionately about serving God-are unfulfilled and frustrated by their jobs in the church. They feel confused about how to discover God's call and integrate it into their everyday lives. When There's No Burning Bush emphasizes the ministry of all believers and contends there is no secular work. Rather, any work that glorifies God and meets people's needs is ministry. Morsch and Hall explore six common myths of ministry and shatter them one by one. Drawing from personal experiences and other real-life examples, they help readers identify and understand their unique call. They also introduce a shift from program-driven ministry to call-driven ministry. A practical Study/Action Guide offers eight interactive sessions to be used in group settings. Also included are helpful resources for congregational leaders. The book is an excellent choice for study by laypeople in all denominations.