Transition

​Transitions Call for Inner Strength

​Transitions Call for Inner Strength

There was a day when my husband and I came to an understanding that God was releasing us from local church ministry. In a turn of events, we moved to Budapest, Hungary, to serve with Global Partners in Europe. I remember being marked by this thought from a devotional...
​Grieving Loss and Welcoming Grace

​Grieving Loss and Welcoming Grace

Slowly, my freedoms have begun to fall away, one by one. I can no longer exercise, drive, be alone with my children, eat, walk or even get out of bed unassisted. In the last six years, I have encountered numerous challenges: entered into recovery from an eating...
​College Transition is Not an Isolated Event

​College Transition is Not an Isolated Event

College transition for most students involves many other people – their parents, siblings, extended family members, friends, church communities. Following are tips prepared by our Wesleyan education institutions to make transitioning to college a success for everyone....
Lessons from Peyton Manning

Lessons from Peyton Manning

As I listened to Peyton Manning’s retirement speech from professional football the other day, I was impressed by several things he said. Of course, living near Indianapolis, it’s almost impossible not to be a Manning fan, after the great success he had as...
Life’s graduations

Life’s graduations

Thoughts about graduation have filled my mind lately. This is true mostly because our youngest graduates from high school this spring. It is an exciting time to think about milestones and future prospects. I keenly remember it being a sobering time with each...