Item description for Looking at Life through My New Bifocals: Focusing on God's Purpose for the Second Half of Life by Jerry Brecheisen...
Overview Brecheisen uses humor with topics such as aging gracefully to grandparenting and offers the encouraging reminder that God has much more in store for the second half of life.
Publishers Description You'll laugh out loud at this collection of lighthearted devotionals from the humor-filled pen of Jerry Brecheisen. From aging gracefully to grandparenting, Jerry gently treats the topics that are sneaking up on all of us and offers the encouraging reminder that God has much more in store. With over seven thousand people turning sixty each day this year, this message of purpose and passion couldn't be more timely. While the second half of life may bring more than a few challenges, Jerry has discovered--and thinks you'll agree--that life just keeps getting better. You'll laugh so hard you'll hardly notice that God is challenging you to-- -Discover your purpose for the second half of life. -Rekindle your passion for advancing God's Kingdom. -Reinvest yourself in serving others.
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Studio: Wesleyan Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 6.48" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.41 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher WESLEYAN PUBLISHING HOUSE #461
ISBN 089827334X ISBN13 9780898273342
Availability 0 units.
More About Jerry Brecheisen
Jerry Brecheisen (pronounced BRECK-eye-zen) is an author, humorist, speaker, and musician who currently serves as Director of Media for The Wesleyan Church. He has authored fourteen books and writes the weekly online column Hope above the Headlines. Jerry and his wife, Carol, have two children and four grandchildren and live in Fishers, Indiana. Lawrence W. Wilson is editorial director at Wesleyan Publishing House and author of When Life Doesn't Turn Out the Way You Expect. He writes the syndicated column 'Front Porch' and lives near Indianapolis, Indiana.
Jerry Brecheisen currently resides in Indianapolis.