This excellent resource has been developed and produced by The National Centre for Post Qualifying Social Work (NCPQSW) and Professional Practice- in partnership with Faith in Later Life. The NCPQSW is led by Professor Keith Brown, the leading expert in his field, and who is a Christian.
This guidance considers a range of issues facing older people and challenges churches and Christian faith organisations to do the same. Those living in the fourth age are not a homogeneous group; to start with they represent people from different generations, with different life experiences, a range of health issues and different social situations. They are also at different stages of a faith journey, many will have been to Sunday school as children, many will have been married in church. Some will have been life-time Christians and be regular church attenders, some will now only go to church for ceremonies, others will not want to step foot into a church again. The diversity of the fourth age provides great opportunity for churches and Christian faith organisations; this guidance gives some ideas to churches for different ministries, outreach and mission among older people.
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