Radio host and counselor Stephen Arterburn offers encouragement and advice to men on how they can avoid the potential pitfalls of the middle age years and thrive during that season of life.
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Despite the dishonest “surround-sound” of our culture, we can walk into the afternoon of life with abounding grace, peace, love, rest and joy.
Too often, we see the church or other Christian environments as the only place we can serve. We forget how much God loves the world.
Relationship counselors Bill Farrel and his wife, Pam, describe how couples can keep their marriage strong while facing the challenges that often accompany midlife changes. (Part 1 of 2)
Relationship counselors Bill Farrel and his wife, Pam, describe how couples can keep their marriage strong while facing the challenges that often accompany midlife changes. (Part 2 of 2)
Resources: Midlife & Aging Find Focus on the Family broadcasts, best-in-class books, referral recommendations, and more. Books Barbara and Susan’s Guide to the Empty Nest by Barbara Rainey and Susan Yates (not currently available through Focus on the Family)“Discovering New Purpose, Passion, and Your Next Great Adventure”The Best Is Yet to Be: Moving Mountains in Midlife …
Our culture may worship youth and beauty, but the Bible reminds us that physical beauty is not what matters. Women in midlife can reject negativity and learn to make peace with the aging process
Pam and Bill Farrel realized that the quality of their love was going to be determined by how they handled the changing seasons that every marriage encounters.
I can think of no greater pattern or encouragement for those in midlife. The abounding life continues. It started in heaven, came here for a while and ascends right on into a glorious future.
More folks are realizing it is a natural and necessary way of alleviating pain, misunderstandings and of bringing considerable peace of mind for the whole family.