New studies show that from a third to a half of older adults are lonely, and that loneliness is more of a threat to their health than obesity can be. How might the church address this growing need?
This article shares resources for church leaders and the broader community that focus on walking with people through periods of grief and loss and helping them discover the power of lament.
Though aware of the losses they face, people ages 55 and above reflect on the importance of attitude, of keeping their eyes on God, and of remaining connected to other people.
The resources gathered here offer good advice to older adults facing family transitions and to those who walk with them through grief and stress.
The resources gathered here will give you ideas for how to create a fully intergenerational church family in which all members belong.
Learn how your church can celebrate important milestones in the lives of people ages 55 and up with these helpful resources.
The later years of life often bring unique spiritual challenges. These devotional resources and faith practices are particularly helpful for people ages 55 and over.
Learn how the growing number of senior citizens in North America is changing the demographics of the church.
These resources will help you become better acquainted with the Boomer generation and with the opportunities and challenges of ministry to and with those ages 55 and above.
These books, studies, and other resources help older adults explore some of the challenges and possibilities of faith in the third third of life.
A mid-year check-in is a great way to touch base with your Dwell leaders. It reminds them that you’re available to help and support them as needed.