It is a somewhat unsettling process for a second career person to head for
Seminary. Life will change drastically for the whole family: moving to a new
home (usually in a new city) and a new routine for daily living. It will be new
schools for the children, new places and locations to learn, a new church
family, and where things are in a new grocery store.
Family life changes as the Seminarian converts into student,
with different activities and rhythms of work that others in the family have not
experienced before. An adult student in the house may be something
We can help by finding ways to be an important part of the family's life to help moderate the anxiety and discomfort, not only in terms of economics, but also with friendship, encouragement and personal support.
Things like phone contact, email, cards, "goodie" boxes and even personal visits when possible will be important. We are committed to staying in touch as a priority.
Want to know more? Email to RodAndStaffFoundation@Comcast.net