The goal of a newly-published book written by two Taylor University administrators is to help members of the millennial generation refine their understanding of the concept of life’s calling, live intentionally in the face of uncertain times, and fully pursue life after college graduation.
Ready or Not Leaning into Life in Our Twenties, was released April 4, 2018, and was written by Dr. Drew Moser and Jess Fankhauser and published by NavPress/Tyndale House in Chicago, Illinois.
Moser is Dean of Experiential Learning and Associate Professor of Higher Education at Taylor and Fankhauser is the Assistant Athletics Director. Both are alumni of Taylor University and are co-directors of the Vocation in College Project. Moser and Fankhauser also lead the Fathom Experience, a one-day interactive exploration of calling for men and women in their twenties that is offered all over the United States.
According to NavPress, Ready or Not is described as a proactive rather than prescriptive approach to calling and vocation for young men and women reaching adulthood in the early 21st century—a group also known as millennials. In writing the book, Moser and Fankhauser said they wanted the twenty-something generation to be able to start their post-college life with hope, purpose, and meaning, explore important questions for emerging adulthood, embracing that time in their lives, and live intentionally and without fear of what the future might present.
The book is available at numerous outlets including Amazon, Tyndale, Barnes & Noble, Goodreads, Audio Book, Oasis, Audible, Lifeway, NavPress, and the Taylor Campus Store.