Wine at the End of the Feast: Embracing Spiritual Change as We Age

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Loyola Press, 2003 - Religion - 292 pages
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Spirituality and prayer change with age. Author Kristen Johnson Ingram explores the spiritual, emotional, and physical aspects of aging and explains how these issues affect a person's relationship with God.
 

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Wine at the end of the feast: embracing spiritual change as we age

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This passionate collection of essays by Ingram, author of 18 books, argues that "aging gracefully" is really about growing in God's grace. The book is more descriptive than prescriptive; this is not a ... Read full review

Contents

CHANGES AND CHANCES 1 At the Heart of Aging
3
Learning Death Choosing Life
13
Prayer and the Aging Process
31
Losses
43
Turn Back
59
LOOKING INWARD 6 The Night
74
Pleasure
87
Can Older Be Holier?
103
STEPS IN THE JOURNEY
146
Cleaning Out the Heart
161
To Follow Thee More Nearly
175
The Contribution
197
TO SEE THEE FACE TO FACE
217
The Bread of Life
239
The Sacrament of Time
261
Suggested Reading
275

Creativity and Your Spirit
119
How Shall We Live Now?
127

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