Some call it "the change of life." It is certainly that, and not always a welcome one! Hot flashes, memory lapses, tiredness, emotional struggles - they may not all be equal in severity, but you're certainly experiencing the effects of growing older.
Though the world often tries to convince us that aging represents a loss of value, Amy Baker and Daniel Wickert offer a more biblical view that focuses on knowing and trusting Christ. Putting your hope in God and in his love for you will result in growth and fruitfulness, as you see that he is constantly at work in every stage of life to make us more like him.
About the authors:
Amy Baker is Ministry Resource Director at Faith Church (Lafayette, IN); ACBC certified; Biblical Counseling Coalition council board member; instructor and counselor at Faith Biblical Counseling Ministries; Vision of Hope residential treatment center board member; B.A., Psychology, Hanover College; Ph.D., Organizational Psychology, Purdue University.
She is the author of Getting to the Heart of Friendships; Picture Perfect; Relief without Cutting; Managing Your Emotions; and several other works. She is the editor of Caring for the Souls of Children.
Dr. Dan Wickert is Vice President of Medical Affairs, Franciscan Health in Lafayette, IN; a Board Certified Physician in Obstetrics and Gynecology; ACBC certified; instructor and counselor at Faith Biblical Counseling Ministries; Vision of Hope board member; Faith Christian School board member; married with two children; B.S., Biology, Bradley University; M.D., University of Illinois.
He is the co-author of Infertility: Comfort for Your Empty Arms and Heavy Heart; Menopause: Help for the Hot and Bothered: and PMS: When It’s That Time of the Month.