Be part of a “listening team”Adapting culturally across continentsGiving up my own ideasA gift given and taken away

Be part of a “listening team”

A response to the Coronavirus inspired by an initiative after the Taal eruption in the Philippines

Adapting culturally across continents

Changing -residence every couple of years: a missionary shares his dreams, challenges and experiences

Giving up my own ideas

Not only roses: a couple transitions from career to retirement

A gift given and taken away

The trauma of miscarriage through the eyes of a young mother

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Life in transit
Facing our fears of change

“Change is inevitable,” we often hear. If that’s so, how can we make the most of it? Whether graduating from school, changing jobs, moving to a different state or country, getting married or losing a loved one, life offers a myriad of possible variables. While fear often accompanies a venture into the unknown, the anticipation of new discoveries can also override the temptation to stay in one’s comfort zone. In this issue some people share what helped through periods of transitions. As American psychologist Abraham Maslow says, “In any given moment we have two options: to step forward into growth or step back into safety.”

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A couple transitions from career to retirement

A response to the Coronavirus inspired by an initiative after the Taal eruption in the Philippines

A missionary shares dreams, challenges and experiences

The trauma of miscarriage through the eyes of a young mother