Navigating Transitions: Embracing the Spiritual Journey (E-Book)

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By Fraser Venter

Imagine crossing a bridge on a foggy day. You know the bridge has an end, but the journey must be taken in faith, one step at a time. Liminality in life – the seasons of transition from one station in life to another – are like that bridge. But you are not alone on the journey. The Lord is with you.
In “Navigating Transitions,” Fraser Venter follows the story of David and draws beautiful and challenging comparisons between our lives and his. One thing is certain – transitions are a time of spiritual formation if we will welcome it. Navigating transitions with opens hands, minds, and hearts, can turn the most challenging times of our lives into blessed seasons of growth and newness of life. Join Fraser Venter on this journey and you’ll discover how your own life story is strikingly familiar to David’s story.

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