Spiritual & Natural Development
Thirty-five to Sixty
Humans develop in stages. Not exactly big news – everything that develops does it in stages. But did you know that for each stage of human development, there is a corresponding stage of spiritual growth too? And the most important of these comes first! Order the ninth of the series Spiritual Growth and Human Development and learn about the stage of human development, from 35-65 years of age, and the corresponding spiritual piece.
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Today we’re continuing our series on Spiritual Growth and Human Development. This is the ninth message of the series. The developmental stage we’re going to look at today is middle adulthood, which is thirty-four through sixty. The question we ask, as we come to each new stage is, “What are we to learn about God naturally at this stage of our development?” So that’s what we’re going to be talking about.
What’s the point of this entire series? Well, it’s to help us all, at whatever age we’re at, to connect more effectively with God, to make our life a better life, to please God, to use our lives to better serve God and others, to make our families stronger, to make our congregations stronger, to make our relationships with each other stronger.