Stuart and Jill Briscoe, who've partnered together in ministry for most of their nearly 60 years of marriage, encourage listeners to maximize every season of their life for God's glory. Speaking to those in the second half of life, the Briscoes remind you that you're never too old to be useful in God's kingdom and that He always has a purpose for you. (Part 1 of 2)
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Stuart BriscoeView Bio
Stuart Briscoe was born in the north of England in 1930. After leaving school, he embarked on a banking career, served in the Royal Marines during the Korean War, and at 17 years of age, preached his first sermon. Since that time, Stuart has ministered on every continent, written more than 40 books, pastored a church for 30 years, and founded a media ministry called Telling the Truth which now broadcasts daily worldwide. He has been married to Jill for more than 55 years and has three children and thirteen grandchildren.
Jill BriscoeView Bio
Jill Briscoe was born in Liverpool, England in 1935. Educated at Cambridge, she taught school until she married Stuart and began raising their three children. She has partnered with her husband in ministry for 30 years, written more than 40 books and traveled on every continent teaching and encouraging. Jill now acts as Executive Editor of a women's magazine called Just Between Us. Jill can also be heard regularly on the worldwide media ministry called Telling the Truth.