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Trusting God as the Potter of Our Lives

Transitioning from one career to another can be both exciting and challenging. As I leave my coaching career behind and embark on a new journey in wide-scale athletic recruiting, I am reminded of the emotional response we experience during times of change. With trust in God as the Potter of our lives, He will shape and guide me with wisdom and divine guidance.


The Emotional Response to Change: Trusting God as the Potter


Transitioning from a coaching career, which is not just a job but a lifestyle that encompasses deep personal connections, can evoke a wide range of emotions. Leaving behind a role that is so human-centered and personal can bring a mix of excitement for new opportunities but also uncertainty about the unknown. However, amid these emotions, it is crucial to remember that God is the Potter, shaping our lives according to His divine plan. Just as the Potter expertly transforms clay, I trust that God will guide me through this transition, helping me discover my purpose and find fulfillment in this new role.


Transitioning Out of Coaching: Reflection and Growth


Moving away from a coaching career offers more than just a professional shift; it presents an opportunity for personal reflection and self-development. As I step away from coaching, I will reflect on the lessons learned, the impact on athletes' lives, and the experiences that have shaped me. This reflection will be a foundation for my new recruiting role, providing valuable insights and a fresh perspective.


Prayer as a Source of Strength and Guidance


Throughout this season, prayer will be my source of strength and guidance. By seeking God's wisdom and surrendering to His plan, I can navigate the challenges and uncertainties of learning a new position. Prayer will provide clarity and peace, enabling me to make sound decisions and embrace this new season of my life.


Our spiritual condition requires continuous care and attention. It's not a one-time fix but an ongoing process that demands our commitment and effort. By cultivating a habit of prayer, we become more attuned to His voice, more sensitive to His leading, and more aligned with His plans. Through prayer, I will seek strength and guidance as I embrace this new chapter, confident that God's plan will lead me to fulfillment and success.


Embarking on a new path after a coaching career is a significant change that stirs a range of emotions. Trusting God as the Potter of our lives brings comfort and guidance. Transitioning out of coaching offers opportunities for personal growth and reflection. Through prayer, I will seek strength and guidance as I embrace this new chapter, confident that God's plan will lead me to fulfillment and success.



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