Author Jeff Manion uses the biblical story of the Israelite’s journey through the Sinai desert as a metaphor for being in an undesired time of transition. After enduring generations of slavery in Egypt, the descendants of Jacob travel through the desert (the land between) toward their new home in Canaan. They crave the food of their former home in Egypt and despise their present environment. They are unable to go back and incapable of moving forward. Their reactions provide insight and guidance on how to respond to God during our own seasons of difficult transition. It also provides fresh biblical insight for people traveling through undesired transitions—foreclosure, unemployment, parents in declining health, post-graduate uncertainty, business failure—who are looking for hope, guidance, and encouragement. While it is possible to move through transitions and learn little, they provide our greatest opportunity for spiritual growth. God desires to meet us in our chaos and emotional upheaval, and he intends for us to encounter his goodness and provision during these upsetting seasons.

Dates:
Thursday, May 3
Thursday, May 10
Thursday, May 17
Thursday, May 24
Thursday, May 31
Thursday, June 14

All sessions begin at 10:00 am and will be held in Meeting Room 2.

Please join us … and feel free to invite a friend!  For questions, please contact Pastor Martha.  For a copy of the study flyer, click here.

** If you would like Pastor Martha to purchase the book for you, please let her know by Monday, April 30. The book is $10.