your new now

In the space between no longer and not yet,
you still belong somewhere.

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Your New Now

finding Strength and wisdom when you feel stuck where you are

It catches most of us by surprise. Life is going along until suddenly we find ourselves at the crossroads of what was and what is yet to be. This in-between space of transition often keeps us awake at night, asking questions like What am I supposed to do now? and Why do I feel so lost and alone? If a new direction doesn’t come, it can feel like you’re stuck in a cycle of purposeless days.

I asked those same questions. Changes were coming in multiple areas of my life, and I struggled to navigate through them. But I discovered how to find direction for today by understanding the types of seasons a transition can bring.

Transitions start with something ending, and waiting for a new beginning can be agonizing. But you can learn to be confident and optimistic, even when life feels like it’s paused in an unfamiliar now.


here's what you'll learn in

Your New Now

In Your New Now, you will study Moses’s life through the perspective of four transition seasons he experienced: development, separation, cultivation, and finished. With practical advice, relatable stories, and biblical wisdom, this book will help you:


Discern which transition season you’re in and learn how to overcome its challenges.


Stop feeling lost in life by discovering where you belong on the road between what was and what will be.


Protect your future by learning to utilize Scripture to fight fears of the unknown.

the quiz

Which season of transtion are you in?

Seasons are significant for so many reasons. Obviously, many places on earth go through four seasons: spring, summer, fall, and winter.

But how often do we think about our lives and the personal seasons we are in currently? Probably not until things are messy—we start to feel lost, confused, or shaken and begin to see the signs that a season has changed.

If we made a habit of taking the time to acknowledge where we are every day, it would help us learn to transition well. Daily acknowledgment of where we are would help us stop holding on to the past or fearing the future and learn to embrace our now.

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About Nicki Koziarz

If we are just meeting for the first time, I’m a wife, mom, best-selling author, Bible teacher, podcast host and first-generation farmer. I’ve written a few books and studies because sharing words is where I feel most comfortable in life.

Teaching the Bible is a huge passion of mine and I frequently speak at events. I believe we are on the edge of revival with God in our homes, communities, cities, nation and the World. I want to see people whole, confident and becoming all God intended them to become. But I also want people to be able to understand the Bible in a simple way. I hope you’ll join me in Your New Now!