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About "40/40 Vision"
:At midlife, our perspective can become blurry. Midlife is a disruptive season where we collide with limitations on all sides. We recognize there is more of life in the rearview mirror than on the road ahead of us. We wonder if our lives so far have been worthwhile. We are uncertain about what lies ahead. But midlife is also an opportunity to recalibrate our vision. It's a time to look back, take stock of our lives so far, and refocus on new dimensions of identity and calling.Peter Greer and Greg Lafferty offer insight for navigating midlife with fresh clarity and purpose. Drawing on the wisdom of the book of Ecclesiastes, they show how we can come to grips with the realities of who we are and what we should become in the years to come. In a world that can seem meaningless at times, God offers perspective that anchors us, renews us and propels us back into the world in meaningful mission and service.Rediscover who God has called you to be. And see the rest of your life with the clarity of 40/40 vision.
Meet the Authors
Peter Greer, who holds an M.P.P. from Harvards Kennedy School and a B.S. from Messiah College, is the president of HOPE International, a global faith-based microfinance organization serving over 220,000 entrepreneurs in 14 countries. A frequent lecturer and a featured panelist at Harvards International Development Conference, Peter and his wife, Laurel, live in Lancaster, PA, with their two children. He is the author The Poor Will Be Glad: Joining the Revolution to Lift the World Out of Poverty.
Greg Lafferty is the senior pastor of Willowdale Chapel, a church with campuses in Kennett Square and Jennersville, Pennsylvania. A graduate of Wheaton College, he cut his ministry teeth working with junior high kids for ten years before transitioning into adult ministry. Previously Greg served at both Wheaton Bible Church and Christ Community Church in suburban Chicago and Saddleback Church in Southern California. He has served the church his entire vocational career alongside his wife of over thirty years, Deane, with whom he has three children.