If you’re like most people, you aren’t eager to spend time thinking about what would happen if you became unable to direct your own medical care because of illness, an accident, or advanced age. However, if you don’t do at least a little bit of planning — writing down your wishes about the kinds of […]
Dare to Live – Devotions for Those Over The Hill, Not Under It
Dare to Live: Devotions for Those Over The Hill, Not Under It! is a jolt of spiritual inspiration, a quick boost for your soul. Rediscover God’s grace, hope, and power for living-regardless of your place or age in life. In Dare to Live 87-year-old author Elizabeth Van Liere leads readers through a thirty-day journey to a fuller understanding of what it means to “season slowly with a mighty and loving Savior.” This journey pursues a life characterized by relevancy not regret, generosity not grumpiness, and compassion to the end.
These quick shots of instant inspiration might be just what you need to keep going. Whether new to the faith or a life-long follower of Christ, readers old and young will discover the joy of what it means to be transformed into the image of Jesus and used for His purposes to the very end.
The perfect companion for those Over The Hill, Not Under It! Start living for Him, now!
“Dare To Live — Devotions for those Over the Hill and Not Under It! is especially compelling because it is written by a senior for seniors. Elizabeth Van Liere’s honesty leads readers to find humor in their own life situations and circumstances. I would recommend giving this book as a gift to that hard-to-buy-for senior who thinks they already have everything they need.” ~ G. Marvel
About the Author
When her husband of forty-five years died at the end of 1991, Elizabeth helped their daughter raise four young sons. Now at age eighty-seven, she still finds time to travel, visit her four adult children, ten grandchildren and “almost fourteen” young great-grandchildren. Elizabeth’s articles, poems, children’s stories and devotions have appeared in periodicals for some sixty years.