Transition is a part of all of our lives, and often it happens even if we don’t want it to. Many people struggle with it while others don’t. So what makes these two kind of people different?
Are you the kind of person who hates change? Have you lost your job without notice? Has divorce caused you to transition against your will? Do you fear moving in a new direction because of the unknown? Transitions can also be good things, like having a family, moving to a new city or taking a new job. Do you feel like you’re in a life transition and can’t define it?
In this episode, I share some of the transitions I’ve experienced (good, bad and yes, ugly). Join me as I share stories from Scripture of people who also had transitions in their lives. What can we learn from them in order to transition well? Oftentimes their transition was a necessary part of God’s plan that ended up saving an entire nation! You may be a carrier of God’s awesome plan too … so let’s dive in and make sure we are mentally, spiritually and physically prepared!
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