Aging and Ministry

In Church, Culture, Family, General Interest on September 25, 2009 at 9:25 pm

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There are nearly 40 million Americans over the age of 65. Retirement has become the cultural norm—saving and investing for the future so we can stop working and spend the last years of our lives in rest.  But what happens when this mentality moves out of the workplace and into personal ministry?

Today’s guests include:

1. Alex Chediak, author of With One Voice: Singleness, Dating and Marriage to the Glory of God and a professor at California Baptist University.
2. David Butler, Ministry Operations Director for Trans World Radio, serving on the island of Guam.


Alex Chediak describes two relational challenges facing older Christians:

David Butler offered this recommendation on moving from leading a ministry to mentoring younger leaders in ministry:


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