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Second Half for the Man in the Mirror

Author Patrick Morley
Narrator Tom Parks
Runtime 6.7 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher Zondervan
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Release Date October 15, 2012
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

After raising the common issues that face and sometimes haunt an individual at the mid-point of her or his life, Patrick Morley offers practical ideas to make peace with the changes and to point the way to a deeper, lasting joy.  Formerly titled Second Wind for the Second Half.

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"Like a good coach at ‘halftime,’ Morley helps men evaluate their past mistakes and provides the kind of practical insights, encouragement, and inspiration that will help them ‘run to win’ the rest of the way--and reach their full potential in Christ."--Bill McCartney, founder & CEO, Promise Keepers


"Morley’s analogy of the ‘midlife lake’ is worth the price of the book. He asks the right questions and rightly predicts that your ‘second half’ can be the most significant part of your life."--Bob Buford, author of Halftime Refocus Your Life


The first part of your life was like a river running swiftly within its banks. You were working hard to make your mark. You were intense. Focused. Then your river broadened into a lake. Now you find it hard to focus. Often, instead of feeling drive and purpose, you feel distracted--even insignificant. Patrick Morley shows how this season of perplexity can become a man’s golden opportunity to “reinvent” himself for life’s second half. If this sounds like you--or someone you know and love--this book is exactly what you’re looking for. Morley gives biblical insights, lived out in the crucible of his own life experience. This book will help you redefine your vision, your goals, and the heart that drives them. Second Wind for the Man in the Mirror will help you find a fresh sense of authenticity. Once again, you’ll feel your life regaining speed as the waters are gathered by the converging riverbanks just ahead.