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This book is a simple summary of the truths of God's Word, and is compiled as a set of questions and answers to help children aged 7 to 9 learn not just the Bible stories but the truths behind them. The Truths of God's Word can be used at home, for catechism or Bible class, for home schooling, and in Christian schools. Teaching our children, however, is primarily our responsibility as parents. "Come, ye children, hearken unto me: I will teach you the fear of the LORD" Psalm. 34:11. "Those that seek me early shall find me" Proverbs. 8:17. "Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it." Proverbs 22:6
Format: Paperback Vendor: Christian Focus ISBN: 1892777231
ISBN-13: 9781892777232 Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours. Ages: 7-9
Eighty million baby boomers are heading toward retirement. Some are retiring now either out of choice or because they have been laid off. Others will work for a few more years until their retirement plans kick in until they feel they can retire or until theyre forced to retire. Whatever their age at retirement they will have better health and live longer than their parents. And each of them will face these questions Do I want a reason to get up in the morning and be excited about the day ahead Do I still want to make a difference in the world They need a visiona goal that takes into account their experience wisdom strengths and limitations and gives purpose to their lives.Dr. Harold G. Koenig with expertise in the fields of geriatrics mental health and religion explains that the notion of retirement was in fact a marketing tool developed in the postWorld War II period.Continuing today societys image of retirement is based largely on myths such as things will get better when you retireyoull be able to do everything you wanted to but couldnt when you worked. In fact these beliefs can be harmful leading to emotional issues identity crises and problems with physical health.Citing current scientific and medical research Koenig illustrates how having a purpose motivates and energizes people in their retirement years. He presents a stepbystep guide to identifying a goal toward which they can strive. And he shows how striving for that goal in itself brings meaning satisfaction and a sense of reward to retirement years.