The aim of this study is to analyze and verify the effects of christian university students’ spiritual maturity on career future for the purpose of investigating the career development process of christian university students, focusing on the serial multiple mediating effects of social support and ego-resilience. In order achieve this purpose, the data were collected through a questionnaire survey and the subjects of this research are 526 christian university students. Collected data verified a hypothesis through normality test, frequency analysis, correlation analysis, exploratory factor analysis, regression analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, and structure equation.
The results of the study were as follows. First, it is found that spiritual maturity had direct positive effects on social support. ego-resilience, and career future. Second, it is revealed that spiritual maturity had influence on career future, which was partially mediated by social support. Third, it is found that spiritual maturity exercised influence on career future, which was partially mediated by ego-resilience. Lastly, spiritual maturity wielded influence on career future, which was sequentially mediated by social support and ego-resilience. Based on the finding of the study, it suggests that integrated career guidance for the promotion of social support and ego-resilience should be conducted in order to improve career future levels of christian university students.