ANNOUNCING! Peace in the Last Third of Life: A Handbook of Hope for Boomers by Paul Zahl

Get Your Copy of Paul Zahl’s New Book Today!

Mockingbird / 5.1.20

SURPRISE!! We’ve dropped hints here and there that Paul Zahl has been working on a new book. The hardcover will be out this summer, but given our present circumstances (and the urgency of the book’s message), we wanted to get it into your hands as soon as possible. So we’ve done something unprecedented and have released it first as an e-book, which you can purchase as we speak! Here’s the blurb:

Everyone wants peace and hope.

As we grow older, we feel a special urgency to make peace with the past and to discover hope for the future. In his newest book, Peace in the Last Third of Life, the Rev. Dr. Paul F. M. Zahl provides a roadmap to finding peace and hope for the ‘Boomer’ generation. Zahl’s wisdom comes not only from decades in pastoral ministry, but also from cultural and historical illustrations as varied as Philadelphia Soul, War of the Worlds (1953), and the skin of St. Bartholomew. With piercing wisdom and unflagging humor, Peace in the Last Third of Life connects the core questions of Boomers to the Supernatural Power of God.

Grab your copy today!

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8 responses to “ANNOUNCING! Peace in the Last Third of Life: A Handbook of Hope for Boomers by Paul Zahl”

  1. Josh says:

    Buying this for my parents!

  2. Ryan Alvey says:

    Already loving it! Made a playlist on Spotify for the Introduction.

  3. Michael Cooper says:

    Buying this for myself, and for my children and grandchildren…we all share that last third of life, although we all once thought we’d live forever. Even if we did, we’d not see another Paul Zahl.

  4. Gwen Martin says:

    I’m 64 years old, I’m reading the book now. I’ve been actively preparing for death (no diagnosis, no health concerns, just trying to be proactive!) by doing Swedish dostadning “house-decluttering before dying”, picking out my funeral music, listing my device passwords/security question answers for my spouse/executor, etc. etc. Hah! In other words, continuing to be a person who manages life by being [supposedly] “in control”. Dr. Paul F. M. Zahl (sorry, Paul, I just included one of your credentials) is showing me how clueless I’ve been concerning the past experiences and questions I actually need to be reflecting on – and that I need to get certain songs from long ago out of my head and onto a Spotify playlist. Oh how I need this book! THANK YOU, Paul Zahl.

  5. Tina says:

    I’d love to buy the book,but it looks like the Kindle no longer available on Amazon? Is there another way to buy it? – would prefer the electronic version as not living in us and post way the moment….

    • Todd Brewer says:

      Hey Tina, we’re working on it! Amazon may have limits on which regions of the world can buy the ebook, but we’ll figure something out one way or another.

  6. Blair Kilgallen says:

    Hey Todd – My wife and I like to listen, as well. Any chance it’s coming to Audible?

    “I need. I need. I need!” – What About Bob

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