The likely buyer/reader is in his or her late fifties, sixties, or seventies, a mature Christian who is nevertheless intimidated and even saddened at the prospect of getting older. People who read books like Being Mortal, On the Brink of Everything, and No Time to Spare." "Alice Fryling is a spiritual director and author. Her books on relationships, spiritual formation, and spiritual direction have sold over half a million copies and are published in over ten languages. She and her husband, Bob, are parents of two daughters and grandparents of two grandsons and two granddaughters. They live in Monument, Colorado. Learn more about Alice Fryling at www.alicefryling.com. Every new year of life is an undiscovered country. There�s no map through our later years, and the new terrain can bring anxiety and uncertainty, when our souls are more preoccupied with what has been lost than what is to come. While our physical stamina, independence, and career fulfillment decline, each of these losses invites us to grow, inward and upward. God calls us to let go of our need for fulfillment and embrace the gift of fruitfulness so that we might be transformed in this final season of our lives. In Aging Faithfully, spiritual director Alice Fryling guides our walk with God in a vulnerable time, listening for his voice and responding. As we age, something unusual happens: God renews us from within, when we allow him access. As we accept our responses to the aging process, we grow closer to God and experience his grace. Are you open to increased hope, joy, and transformation? Would you like to grow in life-giving ways�no matter the circumstances? Do you have the courage to let go of former ways of thinking to receive love and life in new ways? We all age differently, and God calls each of us to new spiritual birth as we mature. Whether you are approaching the beginning, middle, or end of your senior years, you are invited. Come and be transformed.