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Gettin Old Aint For Wimps Volume 2$14.99Add to cart
” It takes grit and wit to keep standing when your skin doesn’t fit the way it used to, when you think someone stole your car but in truth you forgot where you parked it, when your grandchild looks at your figure and observes, ‘Grandma, you look like a teenager– except for your face!'”
This second volume of Gettin’ Old Ain’t for Wimps celebrates the most beloved stories of acclaimed humorist Karen O’Connor. These funny and relatable tales of fellow Baby Boomers navigating theirs Golden Years will encourage you to cherish every antic and adventure that comes with growing older.
Gettin’ Old Ain’t for Wimps Volume 2 is a heartfelt, joyful reminder to keep living to the fullest, no matter how much life you’ve got behind you. In addition to Karen’s signature wit and wisdom, you’ll find scriptures and prayers to nurture your spirit and remind you to keep your eyes on the One who made you, who numbered your days, and who promises that He will never leave nor forsake you, right up to your last breath–and beyond!
Aging Faithfully : The Holy Invitation Of Growing Older$16.99Add to cart
Every new year of life is an undiscovered country.
There’s no map through our later years, and the new terrain can bring anxiety and uncertainty, when our souls are more preoccupied with what has been lost than what is to come. While our physical stamina, independence, and career fulfillment decline, each of these losses invites us to grow, inward and upward. God calls us to let go of our need for fulfillment and embrace the gift of fruitfulness so that we might be transformed in this final season of our lives.
In Aging Faithfully, spiritual director Alice Fryling guides our walk with God in a vulnerable time, listening for his voice and responding. As we age, something unusual happens: God renews us from within, when we allow him access. As we accept our responses to the aging process, we grow closer to God and experience his grace.
Are you open to increased hope, joy, and transformation? Would you like to grow in life-giving ways–no matter the circumstances? Do you have the courage to let go of former ways of thinking to receive love and life in new ways?
We all age differently, and God calls each of us to new spiritual birth as we mature. Whether you are approaching the beginning, middle, or end of your senior years, you are invited. Come and be transformed.
Aging With Grace$18.99Add to cart
Aging with Grace by the Power of the Gospel
There are many blessings that come with age: retirement, grandchildren, travel, and life experience. Today’s culture, however, marginalizes old age, often portraying it as burdensome and hopeless. Many older women can feel like an encumbrance rather than a blessing to their friends and family members. In response to these struggles, Sharon Betters and Susan Hunt encourage women to find hope through both real-life and biblical accounts of women who rediscovered gospel-rooted joy later in life. In each chapter, readers will be encouraged as they experience afresh a gospel that is big enough, good enough, and powerful enough to make every season of life significant and glorious.
Uncommon Guide To Retirement$15.99Add to cart
How to have a retirement worth having
There’s a lot of advice about retirement out there. Some try to tell you retirement can and should be a perpetual vacation. Others might speak about retirement as a time for your second career. And there’s some truth in all of it, but there’s a lot wrong with it too.
An Uncommon Guide to Retirement gives you a new way of looking at retirement (that doesn’t reject the good from the old ways of doing things). In it, Jeff Haanen explores ideas like Sabbath, calling, and purpose, and teaches you how to:
-reframe conversations around the body and healthcare decisions
-understand your family system, set boundaries, and leave an intentional legacy
-love God, bear witness to the gospel, and serve your neighbors in retirement
If you’re retired or thinking about retirement and want a more purpose-filled retirement, this book is for you!
Aging Gracefully$7.99Add to cart
How does the Bible instruct us as we grow older? Age gracefully, age wisely, age resolutely to the glory of God.
There are few longings in my heart deeper than this: That God would let me live a godly, purposeful, dignified old age. I mean to encourage us both to age gracefully, to age wisely, to age resolutely to God’s glory.
We are all aging. We are passing through time until we reach the end of our time. We soon learn that greater age brings greater sorrow but also greater joy, especially to those who are in Christ.
To age gracefully we must age in Christ and for Christ. What does it look like to age gracefully? What do we need to be doing now to ensure we finish this race strong?
These are questions for all Christians, young and old. Thankfully the Bible speaks clearly about how to age and how to age well. Join me in exploring what the Bible has to say about age and aging and learn how we can all hear those beautiful words, “well done, good and faithful servant.”
Making Meaning In Older Age$14.99Add to cart
Making meaning in life can be challenging at any age. However, making and sustaining meaning in advancing age can be especially difficult due to physiological changes, declining health, and multiple losses. From years of personal and professional experience, and with much warmth, the authors address the multifaceted nature of meaning and offer practical ways in which older adults can find and sustain meaning despite the transitions experienced with advancing age. They also offer ways in which family members can help their aging loved ones in their journey of meaning-making. Bringing together the pieces of one’s life through meaning-making is vital for older adults and offers a precious gift for their loved ones!
Improving With Age$14.99Add to cart
Improving with Age addresses the triumphs and challenges of aging Christians and examines the uniqueness of skills and resources they bring to their church communities. Through Scripture and story, the Briscoes assert that aging is not only normal, but it is a joyful and productive life season.
Midlife Manhood And Ministry$14.99Add to cart
Facing midlife and ministry with grace, integrity, and faith.
Shares candid and conversational stories from ministers facing midlife
Looks at biblical men who struggled through their own midlife crises
Provides wisdom and practical counsel for ministering after age 40
Middle age: the mere mention of it has been known to strike fear in the hearts of men across the nation. Pastors often counsel church members-individuals, couples, parents and children-who are struggling with the emotional, relational, and physical changes that midlife brings. But what happens when the man struggling with midlife is the pastor himself? Pastor, husband, father, and mentor Donald Hilliard courageously describes his own journey into midlife-and talks candidly with other clergy around the country who share their own stories. Featuring a chapter that explores biblical men who strove to master their own midlife crises, this honest and conversational book offers testimonies, wisdom, and practical counsel for facing life and ministry after age 40 with grace, integrity, and faith.
Growing Older And Wiser$12.00Add to cart
You can’t change the fact that you are getting older.
And, indeed, you may not want to! Age brings many gifts and opportunities for continued growth. In nine study sessions, Dale and Sandy Larsen help you discover the Bible’s perspective on aging. You’ll discover how God can effectively and powerfully use those who have grown wiser with the passing years.
This LifeGuide Bible Study in IVP’s revised format features questions for starting group discussions and for meeting God in personal reflection, as well as a new “Now or Later” section following each session to help you act on what you learn.
Gettin Old Aint For Wimps$14.99Add to cart
In this encouraging look at the passages of life, speaker and author Karen O’Connor urges her post-fifty friends to “laugh and love all the way home to the Father’s house.” With humor, wisdom, and vigor, Karen shares personal and gathered stories about the blessings of surviving and surpassing middle-age. for those who have already traded in their wimp status for a more courageous existence or those still wondering about what may be ahead, this delightful read affirms that the latter decades are filled with God’s wonders, promises, and sensational joys.