middle of life is supposed to be a great time for men. Their marriages are doing
well. Their children have launched, or are ready to go. Their careers are rolling,
and the future looks bright.
maybe it doesn’t.
you’ve hit mid-life, and your marriage isn’t what you thought it would be. Maybe
your children are struggling to launch. And your career is … sigh … fine.
your life hasn’t slipped into a comfortable rhythm, we have encouragement for
you today on our Focus on the Family
Broadcast “Avoiding a Midlife Crisis.”
is a transition point, but it doesn’t
have to be a crisis. You don’t need to overreact, you need a plan – a plan to
be the person God is calling you to be and to address the issues that could prevent
you from getting there.
guest is Stephen Arterburn. He’s a radio host and the author of the book 6 Ways for Men to Thrive in Middle Life. He comes alongside men to help
them develop a plan that will enable midlife to become the most exciting time
of their lives.
discusses four critical things men should do:
do you know that you’re headed for a midlife crisis? How do you get a new
mission? How does a father relate to his children, and a husband to his wife, in
this moment of midlife transition?
like to offer you a copy of Stephen Arterburn’s book 6 Ways for Men to Thrive in Middle Life for a gift of any amount. Visit our website for
more information. If you can’t afford it, we’ll find a way to get it to you.
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