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Gods Role in Your Job Search

Turn your search, and your worries over to God. Sound easy? No, it doesn’t. And it is not easy. It is one of the hardest things you will ever learn to do. To believe God knows what is best is easy. But to trust God to do what is best for us is hard. Turning your search, and your life over to God is hard.

We want control – it is human nature. We want the power to control our own destiny instead of relying on God or anyone else to do things for us.

But, if and when you learn to do it, you will find peace. You may not find material riches – or maybe you will. But certainly you will be rich in spirit and that is what counts.

The peace that it brings will help you to concentrate and be productive doing your part – searching for your next job – knowing that God is helping and guiding you.

This part of the website offers many prayers, discussions, etc. to help you to learn how to ask God for help. And He will help if your sincerely ask.

Use the links at the left to explore the content in this section of the website. And come back often – we will add material from time to time.

Ask God – Trust God – Expect His Blessings

Be a Prisoner of Hope

No one wants to be enslaved whether it’s from a job or a job search. In fact Christ died to set us free. But if there is one thing in this world that I will let imprison me, it’s Hope. Zechariah 9:12 states, “Return to your fortress, O Prisoners of Hope; even now I announce that I will restore twice as much to you”. God makes this promise to you also in your job search. It’s easy to be troubled, experience anxiety, carry burdens and think negative thoughts that will keep you away from God’s promise. Staying positive, trusting that God has you on the right path, being a Prisoner of Hope and doing your part in your job search is the recipe for success.

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St. Gerard Majella

          Career Development Series
          Comunication and Human Behavior
When: Tuesday, April 18, 7:15-8:30pm
Where: St Gerard Majella
          Catholic Church Building 2005,
          Parish Meeting
          1971 Dougherty Ferry Rd,
          St.Louis, MO 63122 Room 224
Please join us at our next Career Development Workshop, where Jason Mainard will lead an interactive discussion that focuses on ways to improve your communication skills. At this meeting, Jason will discuss the critical importance of asking questions and will provide numerous examples of “what” to ask and “how” to ask it. In addition, Jason will explain the “Pain Funnel” and how it allows you to become a better problem solver. Anyone involved in sales knows the importance of asking the right questions but these techniques can also improve communication with your boss, colleagues, clients and even your family. This is a class you should not miss.

Jason Mainard has 20+ years of training and leadership experience. He has 10+ years of solid sales, sales management and marketing experience including sales trainer with one of the nation’s largest home builders. Jason's sales and training experience enables him to offer a real world perspective to his clients. Jason has a strong passion for helping people obtain their goals and succeed in their careers.

This is the third and final meeting at which Jason has volunteered to speak about career development topics. We are very thankful and believe you will find his learning objectives to be critically important to you in your career development. And don’t forget, there is never any cost for our service.

We hope you will join us so we can continue to help and support each other! If you have questions or would like to help, please contact:
Steve Jones , or Ann Weinerth or Nick Wnuk or Barbara Axmacher

Our BJC talent acquisition team is hosting the second annual BJC Virtual Career Fair on Feb. 22 from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. We will bring together recruiters, hiring managers and potential job candidates in a convenient, online environment. Registration for the event is now open, and I invite you to share this career fair information with your teams, family members and friends. We will use BJC Today, BJCnet and local e-newsletters to ask our current team members to share Virtual Career Fair information with their friends and family who may be interested in making their career better at BJC. Employees may even be eligible for a referral bonus if they refer a career fair guest who is hired. This event is not intended for current employees looking for internal job opportunities. We will promote the event for people outside of our organization using several external channels, including our BJC Talent Network, digital radio, social media and career sites. Guests will access the online event using their computer or mobile device from any location. They will be able to:
  • Visit 25 virtual booths dedicated to different career fields.
  • Chat live online with recruiters and hiring managers.
  • Get real-time answers to questions.
  • Learn about BJC Total Rewards.
  • See how they can make their career better at BJC.
We ask of you: please invite your friends and family who may be interested in a career opportunity at BJC to attend our Virtual Career Fair and register in advance at Unemployed??? Visit and sign up for CEN's periodic job postings on the Home Page.

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Are you looking for job fairs, job opportunities? If so, go to On the Home Page, upper right hand corner you'll find current information which may help you!

Holy Spirit

CEN welcomes Holy Spirit, Maryland Heights, as their newest CEN parish, offering support for employment seekers. If you are looking for work or would like to volunteer your help for our newest startup, contact Jeff Pattison , 314-853-6197.

CEN Parish Support

All job seekers are invited to contact any CEN parish for job support information. Just check links under Parishes.