Glenda believes that the purpose of life is a life of purpose.  That’s why she recently authored A Christian's Guide to College Admissions (formerly called "Transitions."

A Christian's Guide to College Admissions (Transitions) Video

 Applying for college can be an overwhelming task. The junior and senior editions of A Christian's Guide to College Admissions are what-to-do-when guides for the last two years of the college application process. At the appropriate time during the year, the books walk the students through such tasks as studying for PSAT, SAT, and CLEP tests; the university search process; outside scholarship competitions; visiting universities; requesting letters of recommendation; writing admissions essays, etc. In addition to providing practical information and tips, there is also a corresponding Bible study.  For example, if the week’s lesson concerns standardized testing, the Bible study may be about the tests God allows in our lives.  If the lesson focuses on demonstrating excellence in a résumé, the Bible study may center on God’s definition of success.  Transitions is a tool that allows families to take responsibility for their educational future and press into God during the college application process.  Transitions can be purchased and sample lessons may be viewed at 


I Love Big Buts

All success is directly proportional to the size of your but!  In any negative situation, we admit the problems and assess the situation, BUT we acknowledge and trust the truth.  A big but is not blind optimism, but a scale that weighs the facts against the truth.  In fact, the Bible is full of big buts!  In this book, Glenda teaches you how to overcome the confusion and frustration of day-to-day life by being tangibly transformed by the truth of God’s Word and discover how to get a brand new, beautiful but. 

The Ugly Question

Facing the truth is one of the toughest things a person can do, but it is also one of the most rewarding.  Are you willing to ask yourself difficult questions even when you don’t want to know the answer?  Sometimes, we have to look at the ugly inside us, so we can kiss it goodbye and give it to God.  What do you need to ask yourself in order become wholeheartedly devoted to God? 

  Prove It

We’ve heard it all before: Love is a two way street.  Love is a fifty/fifty proposition…but regardless of how poignant the adage or how touching the proverb, the fact remains:  Nothing we do can ever prove our love to anybody else.  They have to receive it.  Discover the freedom and the power of unconditional love in this real-life testimony.