How do I know that I will move forward?
Which door is right for me to open?
How can I follow God's will for my life?
Drawing upon his experience as a college chaplain, popular author William Willimon offers inspirational, Bible-based reflections on the many new beginnings awaiting high-school graduates who are off to college. Affirming that graduation is a time for moving forward and opening doors, Willimon helps first-year college students handle the issues and questions that accompany new experiences.
With warmth, sensitivity, and humor, Willimon draws upon his own experiences with college students to offer encouraging, faith-filled advice on important manners such as letting go of the past, embracing the future, facing the unknown, fitting in, overcoming insecurity, making right choices, learning when to take advice, developing a relationship with God, and more.
William H. Willimon is Dean of the Chapel and Professor of Christian Ministry at Duke Divinity School. He is also the author of And the Laugh Shall be First, William H. Willimon's Last Laugh, Sighing for Eden, and the co-author of Resident Aliens, with STanley Hauerwas, and Rekindling the Flame, with Robert Wilson.