Embracing Your Second Calling Paperback
Find Passion and Purpose for the Rest of Your Life
by Dale Hanson Bourke;
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Embracing Your Second Calling
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A woman's guide to the second half of life.
Do you ever wonder if the best of life is in the past? Are you longing for more passion and purpose in the second half of your life? Take a deep breath and prepare for a great adventure as Dale Hanson Bourke resoundingly affirms that midlife is a time for reflection but also a time for action. In 'Embracing Your Second Calling', she challenges women to respond to God's call specifically for this season of life and offers practical ideas for finding new meaning.
Bourke's vulnerability and story-driven approach offers essential principles and specific suggestions as well as interactive elements including:
- Questions for reflection and going deeper
- Ideas on how to become more involved
- Prayers for wisdom and commitment
- Action steps for moving forward
For women searching for God's purpose and passion in middle age and beyond this book offers an inspirational road map to meaning and adventure.
Embracing Your Second Calling by Dale Hanson Bourke was published by Thomas Nelson in May 2010 and is our 2565th best seller. The ISBN for Embracing Your Second Calling is 9780849946974.
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Details for Embracing Your Second Calling
|Page last updated||5th August 2016|
|Author / Artist||Dale Hanson Bourke|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (May 2010)|
|Number of Pages||223|