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Curator Aaron Spiegel
Caring for Wellbeing of Older Adults during COVID-19
This list provides ideas for coordinating care and connection for senior adults during COVID-19.
Is Your Older Adult Ministry Effective? An Easy Assessment Tool for Gauging the Effectiveness of Older Adult Ministry in Your Church
This self-assessment tool helps leaders measure their congregation's capacity for reaching seniors through service.
Safe Sanctuaries: The Church Responds to Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of Older Adults
This resource provides congregations with information and strategies to protect older members from elder abuse.
Pilgrimage into the Last Third of Life: 7 Gateways to Spiritual Growth
Written by senior adult experts, this resource points to seven paths to a flourishing old age while drawing from scripture, the authors' experiences, and wisdom from mystics and other spiritual forebears.
Baby Boomers and Beyond: Tapping the Ministry Talents and Passion of Adults Over 50
This book explores how Baby Boomers reimagine life after 50 and offers guidance to minister to this demographic.
Faith Formation in Adulthood
This resource combines theoretical and practical information to cover what a congregation needs to know about adult faith formation and why it matters.
Elderly & Living Alone in Rural Mississippi
This article details the story of an elderly man as a case study of how family, friends, and the faith community can assure the well-being and independence of elders who live alone.
A Heart of Wisdom: Making the Jewish Journey from Midlife through the Elder Years
This collection of essays offers Jewish perspectives on aging, ranging from intergenerational relationships to midlife passages.
Living Fully, Dying Well Planning Kit: A Study for Small Groups
This DVD invites viewers to adopt a perspective of later life that is both practical and hopeful.
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Welcoming the Elderly
In this web resource, churchman and legal expert David Middlebrook suggests a number of fixes that can make a difference in the quality of older persons’ experience of congregational life.
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