Brand New Blog Series
Throughout the month of October, Sanctuary will be featuring a BRAND NEW BLOG SERIES, authored by members of the lead team, focused on the premise of transition. As a noun, transition is defined, according to Merriam-Webster, as "1. a change or shift from one state, subject, place, etc. to another; 2.
a period or phase in which such a change or shift is happening".
1. a change or shift from one state, subject, place, etc. to another
2. a period or phase in which such a change or shift is happening
What types of transitions have you encountered in your life, family, and ministry? For most, transition represents discomfort and, for many, a measure of pain. Transition often requires growth, change, and a willingness to adapt to a new way of doing things. And while not all transition is bad or dreaded, it does require moments, weeks, months, sometimes even years of mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical adjusting. There are all types of transitions in life: natural transitions from one season to another (think young married to welcoming children); ministerial transitions that take you from one ministry assignment to another; personal growth transitions through which God challenges your daily, weekly, and monthly habits; and relational transitions, perhaps in parenting, in your marriage, or with your own parents as they age.
Join us each week, beginning Wednesday, October 5, as we dig a little deeper into this subject and hear from the vantage point of various generations and experiences. Since life is loaded with transitions, it's vital that we transition well, guided by the Holy Spirit and God's timeless Word. Let's talk about transition.