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Autumn Gold, Winter Grace


AdventSource 2011

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.


Speaking to Adventist believers who are enjoying their golden years, Autumn Gold, Winter Grace explores how to remain a vigorous Christian as life progresses. It specifically addresses how to avoid spiritual stagnation after years of Christian living. While evangelism brings many new members into the church, spiritual nurture leads to continued growth and a joyful Christian life. Well-known Adventist author Ken McFarland provides deep insights for living to the fullest through a relationship with God.

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Key Features

  • Practical insights for effective and joyous ministry in later life
  • Thoughtful discussion on avoiding spiritual stagnation
  • Useful for individuals, small groups, and congregational training


  • Maintaining a Vigorous Faith Under the Weight of Time
  • Allowing God to Keep Your Aging Heart Soft and Malleable
  • Keeping Your Focus on Jesus When Everyone Thinks You Know it All
  • Long-Term Planning With a Short-Term Window
  • Rediscovering How to Follow Jesus When You’re Used to Being the Leader
  • Clinging to Jesus When Your Body is Betraying You

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About Ken McFarland

Ken McFarland has written more than 25 published books. Currently retired, he continues to operate Page One Communications, an Adventist publishing and editorial services business. Ken graduated from Andrews University Theological Seminary and served a number of years as a church pastor in Texas, New Mexico, California, and Washington state. He also spent as an editor at Insight magazine and an associate editor for Signs of the Times magazine.