Come Let Us Age!

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    In this unique book, established writer on spirituality Wanda Nash reflects on growing old with faith and a positive spirit. This compelling invitation to grow old boldly includes Wanda's reflection on her encounter later in life with terminal cancer, and her thoughts on coping with the daily challenges of living a Christian life in ageing and in illness. Demonstrating a profound sense of the value and purposefulness of `old age', the author's indomitable spirit is matched only by her fresh vision of the love of God in Jesus Christ. This posthumous publication of Wanda's final reflections on ageing has been lovingly edited by her daughter, Poppy, and her friend, Debbie Thrower, bringing to life the wisdom, faith and humour of old age for future generations.

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    Number of Pages: 96
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780857465580
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    Listed in: Personal Christian testimony & popular inspirational works, Coping with old age
    Publisher: BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

    Books by Wanda Nash

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    RRP: £6.99

    Total: £6.65

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