‘Face the Future’ is book of the month for Faith in Later Life Charity
Faith in later life have chosen 'face the future' as their book of the month.
William A.M Cutting’s book provides advice and resources to empower seniors to make the most of the health that they have.
The encouraging book was featured on the Faith in Later Life website, whose mission is to inspire and equip Christians and churches to reach, serve and empower older people in every community, so that they may live fulfilled and fruitful lives in older age.
The website describes Face The Future as ‘Balancing practical advice, inspirational stories and a generous dose of humour’ and comments that ‘William Cutting shows how Seniors can live life to the full, with purpose, pleasure and a positive approach.’
Seniors can live life to the full, with purpose, pleasure and a positive approach.
About the Book
Face the Future is a four-part book series that addresses topics of special relevance and interest to the over-60s, from a Christian perspective. Balancing practical advice, inspirational stories and a generous dose of humour, William Cutting shows how Seniors can live life to the full, with purpose, pleasure and a positive approach.
The third book encourages Seniors to make the most of the health that they have. As well as providing helpful, easy-to-understand medical advice and practical suggestions, the book teaches how to make the best use of the existing health services. There are steps that Seniors can take to minimize future risks, including sensible eating, reasonable exercise, arranging a safe living environment, and a careful use of the right medication. With appropriate lifestyle changes, Seniors can enjoy good health and fitness.
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