Anne Millar provides encouragement for older people in these inspirational reflections on the meaning and purpose found in growing older.
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These short, readable articles are grouped into broad topics of:
•Health and Harmony
•Relationships and Realities
•Edges and Endings
•Seasons and Stages
This book will be welcomed by:
•Those who work with and care for older people
Through her writing and work as a nurse, counsellor, and her pastoral ministry, Anne Millar has given comfort and hope to many people.
These articles were originally published in Touchstone (the newspaper of the Methodist Church of New Zealand) and the book is thoughtfully ordered and graced with poems and photos.
"The simple beauty and depth of being in relation to those around us and our environment unfolds. Anne’s words convey the essence of interdependence and its centrality in faith, life and death. The underlying importance of embracing the life we have is lovingly presented through the many cameos.
Presbyterian Support Upper South Island is honoured to be associated with Anne, her work and this book." Vaughan Milner, Chief Executive, Presbyterian Support Upper South Island (2009)
Also available soon in eBook format by Anne Millar, Growing in Age: Ageing in Today’s Society.
Look for it in your favourite online store.