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What is the “new old”? See what this New York Times article has to say about what language we should use when talking about people age 65 and older.
A short, lighthearted video about the stereotypes placed on older adults
The legacy you leave is the life you lead.
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Steven J. Cole reflects on Psalm 71 and says, “God’s way for us to grow old is for us to develop a walk with Him now–a walk that involves a deep personal, experimental knowledge of God, a walk that includes the habits of trust, praise, and hope, and a walk that involves a lifestyle of ministry for God. Then, as long as we have life and breath, we can show and tell and sing of the greatness of our God to the next generation.”
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There are many stereotypes that prevail about aging and these attitudes have subtly crept into our churches and they affect our ministries. Be honest with yourself and see if you have bought into any of these myths.
Read full article at Christianity Today