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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Liguori Publications
Publication Date: 1999
|Dimensions: 8.24 X 5.57 X 0.59 (inches)|
When Christians Retire: Finding New Purpose in Life After WorkDwight Hervey SmallBeacon Hill Press / 2000 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:
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Retirementology: Rethinking the American Dream in a New EconomyGregory SalsburyFT Press / 2010 / Trade Paperback$17.99 Retail:
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The Third Third of Life: Preparing for Your FutureWalter C. WrightInterVarsity Press / 2012 / Trade Paperback$8.99 Retail:
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Retirement is perhaps the greatest time for self-discovery. You may not believe it, but Christ has something incredible in store for you in your new role! It all begins with an assessment of your focus. In light of this, Dr. Richard Johnson presents you with the 15 keys that will help you redefine yourself. He begins by setting the stage for your new world of opportunity, helping you to move away from the external, material, achievement-oriented definition of self toward a more personal, genuine, and spiritual definition. It is this reorientation that will help you steer clear of the possible frustrations of retirement and give you a newfound sense of optimism.
Each chapter opens with stories of retirees form all walks of like. Dr. Johnson uses their life-lessons to cull out pearls of wisdom for your futrure. Plus, he includes affirming prayers to draw you closer to the God who loves you and who wants to make your ife a success. Finally, Dr. Johnson presents 15 self-evaluation exercises that will help you plan in a cormprehensive way for the shift to retirement.
He has taught hundreds of maturing adult ministry leaders. His fresh ideas and enthusiasm on the spiritual aspects of adult development and aging have inspired scores maturing adults to follow their hearts and live more abundant lives in Christ.
He is a dynamic, engaging, and compassionate teacher who delights in seeing his students grow personally and spiritually. He has written many articles and twenty books all focused upon God's expansive grace in the maturing years.
Dr. Johnson is a practicing Roman Catholic; he and his wife Sandra live in St. Louis, MO; they have three grown children and four grandchildren.