Story, Calling, and Church: A Review of Aging by Will Willimon
Story, Calling, and Church: A Review of Aging by Will Willimon Part 1: Story In the past two years I’ve read at least a…Read Post
Finding Courage as an Artist: An Interview with Roxanne Fulkerson
“I wanted to be a visual artist my whole life, but it took me so long to have the courage to do what I…Read Post
Re-Ignite and Your Third Calling
Today I had a most interesting and encouraging meeting (by Zoom, of course) with Richard Bergstrom. I had known of Richard for about a…Read Post
Entrepreneurship in the Third Third of Life – More Than You Might Imagine
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is arguably the world’s leading research organization when it comes to entrepreneurship. Their methods and data are trustworthy and…Read Post
Webinar: Flourishing in the Third Third of Life
Webinar by Mark Roberts.
This webinar explores how to serve the “third thirders” in your ministries as well as think in new ways about your own future.Read Post
Transforming Prayer in the Third Third of Life
“When you pray, don’t pour out a flood of empty words, as the Gentiles do. They think that by saying many words they’ll be…Read Post
God Gains Through Us: An Interview with Janet
“God gains through us.” “When I’m in a situation and the Lord tells me what to say, that’s how God uses me. Everyone must…Read Post
The Third Third Language Challenge: Why Use “Third Third”?
I like “third third” because it’s fairly neutral. It divides life into three chronological segments without specifying exactly what they are. Third third suggests…Read Post
The Third Third Language Challenge: Are You Part of a Natural Disaster?
Why refer to the aging population as a silver or gray tsunami? Of course, the color has to do with what happens to the…Read Post
The Third Third Language Challenge: Are You Part of Monster?
Is it helpful to refer to a group of human beings as a monster? Is it even moral to do so? Or does it…Read Post
The Third Third Language Challenge: Are You Old? Or a Perennial?
On the term “perennials,” Barbara Cartensen says, “The symbolism it connotes is perfect. For one, ‘perennials’ makes clear that we’re still here, blossoming again…Read Post
One More Gratitude Exercise
Today I’d like to recommend an additional gratitude exercise. This is something that has meant a lot in my life. I expect it will…Read Post
A Second Gratitude Experiment
The experiment comes from the seminal work of Martin Seligman. He has done it with many different people and carefully recorded its benefits. Many…Read Post
A Gratitude Experiment
Here is one common gratitude experiment you can try. The positive effect of this exercise has been demonstrated in dozens of research efforts throughout…Read Post
Gratitude and Lifelong Fourishing
There’s little question that gratitude makes a major, positive difference in our lives. I expect that most of us know this from our own…Read Post