Art of Aging: A Christian Handbook
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About: Art of Aging.
The senior generation of today is finding itself caught between helping adult children and caring for elderly parents. Further, many are contemplating their own retirement and making plans for that season of their lives. This handbook is a valuable resource in answering the following questions: How is God involved in aging? How do I prepare to grow old? How do I grow old gracefully? How do I care for aging parents? How do I decide when to use a nursing home? How do I choose a nursing home? How do I access social help?
About the Authors
Howard Eyrich serves as Pastor of Counseling Ministries at Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, AL. He is also the Director of the D.Min. program in Biblical Counseling at Birmingham Theological Seminary. He has been privileged to teach at three seminaries and two colleges, and he started a biblical counseling department in two of those schools.
In addition, he has worked in four churches directing the counseling ministries. He has had the joy of seeing three booklets and five books published with one remaining in print for more than twenty-five years. Howard writes a weekly blog on marriage and family issues. He serves on the board of the Owen Center (a biblical counseling ministry in Auburn, AL) and the board of AABC. He is also involved in teaching/training in Romania on an annual basis. Howard and Pamela Jayne have been married for almost fifty years and have two adult children. Howard’s hobbies are hunting, shooting, model railroading, and building projects.
Judy Dabler, president of Live at Peace Ministries (www.liveatpeace.org), serves nationally and internationally as a mediator, counselor, educator, and consultant. Her passion is to see individuals, marriages, families, churches, and communities experience transformation through reconciliation, and is committed to training Gospel-centered reconcilers.
Judy holds an MA in theological studies and an MA in counseling from Covenant Theological Seminary as well as a BS in business administration from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Judy is an adjunct professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and an instructor and conciliator for Peacemaker Ministries. She is a licensed professional counselor in Missouri and a Certified Christian Conciliator™ with the Institute for Christian Conciliation™, a division of Peacemaker Ministries. Judy has been married to Jim for over thirty years, and together they have raised two children, Ryan and Robyn.