Good Old Age: Letters to Seniors

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AuthorHouse, Sep 18, 2008 - Self-Help - 120 pages

 

Personal letters for seniors from Rev. Pieter Van Ruitenburg

With ten Photographs by Kristi Klaassen

 

About aging, wrinkles, retirement, moving to another home, mourning, true friends and much more. Beautiful pictures.

 

It is good to be a senior and you need to know how valuable you are. After all, you can give us direction and advice, empathize with us, and listen to our stories. You may have more time than before to pray, think, and read. You might be available for a good talk with a relative or friend. Seriously, we need you in our society, our families and our churches.

 

In this little devotional book we will take a look at your great responsibilities, but will also consider the loneliness and misery you may be experiencing. People with your experience of all the joys and sorrows you may have gone through, however, could be wonderful examples of patience and faith. 

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About the author (2008)

Rev. Pieter Van Ruitenburg is a well known author in the Netherlands. He has graduated from the Utrecht State University and the Rotterdam Theological School. He began his career as a college theology teacher in Gouda, and became pastor of two congregations in the Netherlands. In 1996, he immigrated with his family to Canada and is presently a pastor in Chilliwack, BC. 

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