The Rev. Christopher Chamberlin Moore, a longtime priest of the Diocese of New Jersey who previously served parishes in Merchantville and Linden as well as on the diocesan staff, has had his book, Soul Stages: Surviving and Thriving in the Second Half of Life, cited by the publisher, Church Publishing Inc. of New York, as a resource for Mental Health Awareness Month, sponsored each year in May by NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness). The National Health Awareness Month focuses awareness on improving mental health and emphasizes that access to health care is vital for the well-being of all Americans.
The book is featured along with others on the home page slider of Church Publishing’s Web site along with several other titles focused on mental health.
Soul Stages is written for people who want affirmation that the second half of life presents different challenges and opportunities than the first but is no less fulfilling. Readers will be able to see transitions as opportunities for spiritual and emotional growth, rather than as problems to be solved.
You can learn more about the book on the publisher’s Web site.