What is Transition?

9 10 2012

Today we begin a new topic, one near and dear to everyone’s heart. I am kidding, because transition is no ones favorite topic and if you are a guy, change another more common word for transition is like a four letter (dirty) word!

A simple definition of transition is passing from one state, stage, space or subject to another.

Currently I have friends and family who are buying and selling houses, changing churches and entering school you might add your own transitions, jobs, relationship status, etc. Transition or change is everywhere just look outside your door as the weather here in America moves from summer to fall.

Personally I have two areas of transition. One is walking with Complete Joy Ministries into non-profit status, the other is to embrace my Hebrew heritage. Transitions are a challenge and sometimes difficult, we all have then and they affect all areas of our lives.

I hope you will join me next time as we look at our first transition, Adam and Eve leaving the garden!

On a side note, every series will carry the same heading picture so that if you begin in the middle or end of a series and want to find the beginning the pictures will make it easy to find!

Blessings and Complete Joy,


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