Grounded in All Seasons

Oct. 9, 2021 Susan Hunt

What does it mean to flourish? Susan Hunt says it does not mean doing more. Instead, flourishing means becoming more like Jesus. Hear how we can glorify God and enjoy Him forever in all seasons of life.

Running Time: 31 minutes


Transcript

Susan Hunt: Girls, I’m not sure why I’m here, except that I’m old. (laughter) I guess they needed someone old to talk about being grounded to the finish line. I know you’re probably wondering, How old is she? Well, I’m eighty-one. I’m too old to stand for thirty minutes; I’m not even sure I can talk for thirty minutes! But my biggest concern is, this is my naptime. I don’t know if I can stay awake for thirty minutes! (laughter)

But not to worry. My two daughters and ten spiritual daughters from our Titus 2 group are sitting right over here, as close to the steps as they could get. We have lived life together. We have shared the gospel in our lives with one another for twenty-five years. They know me well, and they care for me well. I can assure you that if I do fall asleep or …

About the Speaker

Susan Hunt

Susan Hunt is the widow of Gene Hunt, the mother of three, and the grandmother of thirteen. She is the former coordinator of women’s ministry for the Presbyterian Church in America and has written several books for women including Life-Giving Leadership, co-authored with Karen Hodge, and Aging with Grace: Flourishing in an Anti-Aging Culture, co-authored with Sharon Betters. She loves time with her family, sitting on her porch with younger women, and tending the flowers her grandsons help her plant in her yard.