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Are you struggling to understand the season you are in, especially as your faith matures and your life priorities shift?
Do you wonder what steps to take next or what to turn to as you navigate midlife?
While it is easy to find books and blogs and podcasts focusing on parenting tips, marriage, addictions, and hangups, it is noticeably lacking in resources for those entering their second half of life.
On the latest More to Be Podcast Episode, we're joined by Michelle Van Loon, who gives us context for understanding the different stages of life, especially in terms of spiritual growth, and how to seek out Biblical wisdom for even the most confusing and challenging circumstances.
If you find yourself wondering how to persevere, questioning what comes next, or wondering what Scripture says about your current stage of life, then this latest podcast is for you.
Since coming to faith in Christ at the tail end of the Jesus Movement, Michelle Van Loon's Jewish heritage, spiritual hunger, and storyteller's sensibilities have shaped her faith journey and informed her writing. She is the author of six books, including If Only: Letting Go of Regret, Moments & Days: How Our Holy Celebrations Shape Our Faith, Born to Wander: Recovering the Value of Our Pilgrim Identity and Becoming Sage: Cultivating Maturity, Purpose, and Spirituality at Midlife. Michelle is a regular contributor at ChristianityToday.com and In Touch magazine, and is the co-founder of ThePerennialGen.com, a website for midlife women and men. She's married to Bill, and is mother of three and grandmother of two. Learn more about her writing and speaking ministry by visiting her website, MichelleVanLoon.com.
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- Becoming Sage: Cultivating Meaning, Purpose, & Spirituality in Mid-life by Michelle Van Loon
- PIVOT Challenge
- Encounter God Bible Study
- Equine-Assisted Coaching
- Life Coach Training Course
- Sisterhood Membership
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