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Download What We'Ve Learned So Far: Thoughts on Turning 50 from today's Favorite Christian Women Leaders ePub

by Lucinda Secrest McDowell

Download What We'Ve Learned So Far: Thoughts on Turning 50 from today's Favorite Christian Women Leaders ePub
  • ISBN 0781441315
  • ISBN13 978-0781441315
  • Language English
  • Author Lucinda Secrest McDowell
  • Publisher Life Journey; English Language edition (September 1, 2004)
  • Pages 247
  • Formats lrf lrf rtf lit
  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Christian Living
  • Size ePub 1784 kb
  • Size Fb2 1631 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 161

This book is a compilation of spiritual and everyday wisdom from a long list of inspired Christian women authors and leaders, including Jill Briscoe, Gloria Gaither, Anne Graham Lotz, Patsy Clairmont, Luci Swindoll, Joni Eareckson Tada, Jan Karon and many more.

Compiled by Lucinda Secrest McDowell, noted author, speaker, and broadcaster. Life Journey's exclusive Your Life J - Sound spiritual insight and encouragement for women approaching mid-life.

Compiled by Lucinda Secrest McDowell, noted author, speaker, and broadcaster. Vignettes include what the contributors feel to be the major spiritual lessons they've learned so far. - Wisdom and encouragement for women coming into the second half of their lives! Compiled by Lucinda Secrest McDowell, noted author, speaker, and broadcaster.

Lucinda McDowell rounds up stories of what life after fifty can be; not only purposeful, but filled with new adventures. It's all in the attitude with which we approach each season of life. Each story is inspiring-with Biblical wisdom-from authors who know how to tell a good story. It's a great book to take on vacation, to soak up a bit each day. I've given several to friends for their big milestone birthday. Fifty is Fabulous! By Thriftbooks. com User, September 28, 2004.

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Fifty looms on the horizon. I can hardly begin to believe I’m saying that, but I am and it does. I would say middle age, but very few live to be a hundred, so technically, we’re beyond the halfway mark. But, like forty, which carries with it a certain now you can take me seriously, fifty brings about a precious new season in life.

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WHAT WE'VE LEARNED SO FAR

According to popular author Lucinda (Cindy) Secrest McDowell and friends (favorite Christian

women leaders in America), turning fifty need not be a fearful event; it can be a fabulous

epiphany! In What We've Learned So Far, these amazing authors share their discovery:

Entering one's sixth decade may be the end of youth, but it is not the end of life; it's the

beginning of real living. There is tremendous freedom in simply accepting our years and being

ourselves as creative, compassionate, and courageous women of God. With His help, it's

possible to age with grace and (as Southern Cindy likes to observe) with "grit." Indeed, these

stories get down to the nitty gritty of what it means to thrive through the challenges of life,

both with softness and strength. If these women have learned this much so far, there's no

stopping them for the next fifty years! If you want to grow in grace, age with agility, and lilt

with laughter along the way, this book is for you!

-Lynn D. Morrissey, author of Love Letters to God: Deeper Intimacy through Written Prayer

and AWSA/CLASS speaker
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Lucinda McDowell rounds up stories of what life after fifty can be; not only purposeful, but filled with new adventures. It's all in the attitude with which we approach each season of life. Each story is inspiring--with Biblical wisdom--from authors who know how to tell a good story. It's a great book to take on vacation, to soak up a bit each day. I've given several to friends for their big milestone birthday.
adventure time
What an inspiring, redemptive book! Society may spurn aging, but this book embraces it with short, easy-to-read snippets written by a variety of honest, revealing, wise women.

If you're turning - or over 50 - celebrate . . . and do so with this book or give it to someone as a 50th birthday gift!

Brenda Nixon, author of The Birth to Five Book: Confident Childrearing Right from the Start