2018 Independent Press Award, Aging
2019 Illumination Book Award, Gold in Christian Living
I haven’t finished with my life, and neither has God.
As we see fewer years ahead than behind, it can be easy to question our value or what we have left to contribute to our communities. How can we continue to give back and live with purpose in our later years? Barbara Lee is living this reality every day, and in this book she describes the intersection of aging with the timelessness of Ignatian spirituality.
God Isn’t Finished with Me Yet shows readers how God meets us with unexpected grace. In five succinct chapters, Lee shows how Ignatian prayer and discernment offer those in later life a path to discovering previously unknown vocations and new ways of living and being of service.
You’re still living your life, and God is still revealing His grace.
“Lee's book, God Isn’t Finished with Me Yet
, is proof that personal growth doesn’t stop at retirement. Her practical application of Ignatian wisdom is certain to help anyone find God’s grace in any circumstance. Wherever you are on your journey, this brief book is a big help—and will surely light the way." - Sarah Butler, Associate Editor, U.S. Catholic
“Lee’s book is full of hope and encouragement. She takes the reader on a journey, explaining why she wrote this book and going beyond that to the Ignatian spirituality and prayer practices that apply so beautifully to life in all its stages. Though this book isn’t big, it’s packed with good stuff, whether you’re mature in years or yearning for hope from above, this is a good read.” (Liguorian
, March 2019 issue)