For those who are after-work and who have an active Christian faith, there’s a dimension to life that’s distinct and special.

On a personal level, it is about the impact their beliefs have on how they behave. Their priorities, aspirations and actions. On a bigger level, it concerns how well their church – and churches as a whole – understand the responsibilities they have towards those active and retired. And the opportunities involved.

All this has implications for –

Thinking Biblically about nurturing our faith and sharing our faith,

Church leaders regarding what they should know about those retired and active, what they can do in the light of it, and how to reach those retired and active.

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The word retirement is not even in the Bible. What is taught in scripture is transition. There is nothing that says you work most of your life and then get to be selfish for the next 20 years"

Rick Warren, PurposeDrivenLife