How should Christians think about retirement? The article explains that retirement is the time to repurpose how and why you invest your time and resources.
This article considers four principles that the believer should consider in thinking about retirement.
This article shows how Christian retirement can be a time for self-absorption instead of kingdom service. It lists five errors many make when thinking about retirement.
This article considers whether it is biblical for Christians to save for retirement. It raises questions we should ask about our retirement savings.
How can the church care best for the future needs of the minister? Proper planning for retirement is one aspect of this. This article looks at the biblical example in the Old and New Testament of the provision God commanded for the priests and Levites. Such planning is important, and can be of great benefit to the church.
Many Christians set their sights on retirement, which is the world's suggested substitute for heaven since they do not believe that there will be one beyond the grave. What a strange thing for a Christian to set his sights on: many years of play and idleness. Is there not another way of service? This article is about practicing evangelism in retirement.