Anytime we go through transition, we go through the “tunnel of uncertainty”. It is usually during this time that we will be tempted to give up and go back to the familiar. As human beings, we don’t like uncertainty. Most of us want to know what’s ahead. We want to know what we are getting
In my last blog, I began to write about Thriving through Transitions. To transition successfully you must understand what you are transitioning from to what you are transitioning to. You must understand what is ending. Every transition involves an ending and a beginning. Much like a birth, transitions involve contractions or birth pangs. When a
Life is full of transitions and changes. The only thing in life that you can count on is that things will change. Where I live we have four seasons, a time when nature transitions from one period to another. I believe that God created the earth to move forward in cycles. We have twenty-four hours
We just celebrated the apex of Christian beliefs – the resurrection of Jesus (Easter Sunday). On Good Friday, Jesus cried out from the cross, “It is finished.” From his perspective, everything that he came to do was now finished. He came to be sacrificed for the sins of the world and after unbelievable torture and
Stretch marks are unsightly. They occur on people who have either gained weight or on women during pregnancy because the body is gaining weight rapidly and the skin cannot keep up with the changes. They happen because the skin gets stretched due to growth. I don’t know anyone that likes them or even desires them.