Why I’m Hitting Retirement Running

Cathy Scheraldi-Nunez
January 24, 2024

This article looks at a biblical approach to retirement, reminding us that "work" as intended by God, existed before the Fall. We can continue to be active in a God honouring and fruitful way no matter our age, enjoying the rewards of the work we do.

"The world will tell you retirement is meant for stepping away from work altogether and finally doing those things you’ve always wanted—traveling or reading or lounging. Those things aren’t wrong. But the desire to get away from work is built on a misunderstanding."


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