Embracing a new chapter in God's story
VIVIAN MABUNI — NAVIGATING TRANSITION
NEXT STEPS FROM WEEK 1
Transition always provides an opportunity to look back and look ahead. Click here to read the full reflection from Vivian's Talk. You will also find a list of resources to equip you as you navigate Racial Injustice.
Grief is a natural part of transition, but you may be experiencing even greater grief because of the impact of COVID-19, as well as, the racial injustices in our country. Click here to read an article that will encourage you to acknowledge, welcome, and express your grief.
Having someone to process your faith with as you journey through your twenties is a priceless resource. Click here to watch this quick 4-minute testimony from a recent grad, Amanda as she shares how having a mentor has helped her grow personally, professionally, and spiritually.
Watch this video and journey with Rasool to his hometown, New York City ... a place where the hustle is real and truth is relative. It’s a melting pot of cultures, beliefs, and lifestyles. And it’s the perfect point of departure for Brooklyn-based Rasool Berry to find answers to the question, “Who is Jesus?”
Transitions can cause us to live out of the "stressor" areas of who we are. Some of these areas are masks in their own making. Here visual artist, Daniel Du, shares how his mask (created in this piece of art) challenged him to consider the implications of his own identity.
Vivian Mabuni is a national speaker and author with a passion to disciple leaders who will love God and influence the college campus, families, communities, and the world to help spread the flourishing of God's kingdom in every place. A graduate from the University of Colorado with a degree in Marketing, Vivian is currently working on her MA in Bible Exposition at Talbot Seminary. With 31 years serving on staff with Cru, Viv loves teaching about the Bible and practical application to ministry and life. Author of "Warrior In Pink" and "Open Hands, Willing Heart," and host of the brand new podcast "Someday Is Here," Viv loves drinking coffee with her husband of 28 years, Darrin, and marveling at their three young adult kids.