I'm Too Young to be this Old!

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Bethany House Publishers, 1997 - Religion - 187 pages
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Poppy Smith looks at the lighter side of mid-life--like a love for any kind of clothing with an elastic waistband and a firm belief in makeup that promises miracles; and at deeper issues of the heart, the fright of erratic emotions and the disappointment of wondering if the best of life is over; and at outward issues of life--changes in physical health and appearance, aging parents, reentry into the workplace.

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User Review  - Irene - Christianbook.com

The title of the chapters alone will make you want to read this book. Two of them are These Children Are Too Old To Be Mine and Who Is That In The Mirror! As you can see the author has a sense of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Iola - Christianbook.com

I’m Too Young To Be This Old is aimed at older women who want to rediscover their purpose in God in mid-life. I think that I might be a little younger than the target age group for this book, because ... Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Poppy Smith was born in England and grew up there and in Sri Lanka, Singapore, and Kenya. She is the author of three books, including Why Can't He Be More Like Me? A teaching leader with Bible Study Fellowship for several years, she now ministers extensively as a retreat and conference speaker both in the U.S. and around the world. She has a master's degree in spiritual formation and direction from George Fox Seminary.

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