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978-1-57736-208-1 / 9781577362081

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While interest in the subject has exploded, there is yet a dearth of practical and Biblical resource material available for people ministering to our fastest growing population demographic, those men and women aged fifty or older.

A message of hope and a sometimes disquieting challenge of secular and religious stereotypes, Working the Gray Zone discusses the role of older adults in God's scheme of things.

Throughout the ages, God has selected a gray-haired battalion, armed with His inspired and unique calling, a purpose that He has nurtured over a lifetime to impact every new generation with the continuing hope of Christ's sovereignty and peace. Charles G. Oakes reveals to older adults a proactive pursuit of productive and meaningful ministry in both religious and secular settings. He answers questions of how the church should minister to the elderly and how older adults can and should minister to others--in, to, and out of the church. He describes exciting older adult ministries and prescribes innovative and surprising ways to remove barriers to fulfilling purposes.

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