The Art of Growing Old Author:Herbert Vander Lugt Most people cope with the passing of years quite well until their late 40s or early 50s. Then the wrinkles and gray hair they see in the mirror, the gradual diminishing of health and strength, and the moving away of the youngest child forces upon them the painful reality that life begins to wind down, and that death is inevitable. — Some people ... more »fight bitterly against the gradual coming of age; others meekly resign themselves to it. Herbert Vander Llugt rejects both approaches. He believes that a Christian can life through the late years of life in a happy, productive, and triumphant manner. In The Art of Growing Old, he discusses questions like these:
*How can I cope with changes in appearance?
*How can I live with physical suffering?
*How do I get over the loss of a mate?
*How can I really be happy in retirement?
This is a sensitive, balanced, Bible-centered treatment by a man who knows people, has counseled hundreds, and is thoroughly familiar with God's Word.
Herbert Vander Lugt is a veteran of World War II, a seminary graduate, and experienced in the pastorage. He is Research Editor of Radio Bible Class, and writes regularly in Our Daily Breat and Discovery Digest. His other books include Light in the Valley, God's Plan in All the Ages, and Are Tongues for Today?« less