Seventh-day Adventist churches are full of Christians who have entered the “autumn” of their lives. Mature Christians (and Christians who wish to be more mature in their faith) seek ways to continue growing in Christ at every stage in life. In Autumn Gold, Winter Grace, Ken McFarland has captured the essence of what it means to be a disciple entering the golden years: wanting to be sure that faith continues to mature and be relevant in facing the distinctive challenges of age. If you’re at that point in life when your body is beginning to slow down, perhaps, but your memories are crystal clear and your desire to serve the Lord is just as sharp as ever, then you’ll want to spend time with Autumn Gold, Winter Grace.
This leader’s guide includes all of the information you need to start and lead a small group through Autumn Gold, Winter Grace:
If you’re wondering how to grow old gracefully, by which you mean “full of grace”—seeing the full implications of the gospel displayed in your life—then Autumn Gold, Winter Grace is a book you’ll want to share with the seniors in your church.
Paperback. 43 pages. Copyright 2013. Part of the iFollow series.