Audio Archive

Arnold, Steve

Steve is a Deacon of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and is a member of the Lutheran Deaconess Association community. Steve is certified as a Director of Christian Education and as a Lutheran Teacher. He has served the Church through parish ministry, teaching at a Lutheran high school, and serving on the faculty of a Lutheran university where he taught parish leadership and lifespan faith formation. Steve currently serves as a Chaplain at a senior living facility that encompasses assisted living, memory care, transitional care and long term care. Steve is trained as a certified dementia practitioner and as a Spiritual Director, in the Christian tradition. Steve’s doctoral work and research are in the areas of adult development, with emphases in gerontology. Specific application of these studies have been made to transitions in faith formation throughout the lifespan. Special focus in the research has been to equip adults for developing increased responsibility for personal life and development in the third-third of life.

Recordings

Aging with Dignity with Steve Arnold

Presenter: Arnold, Steve / 2018

Aging with Dignity: Launching in the Third-Third of Life – Part 1

Presenter: Arnold, Steve / 2018

Aging with Dignity: Launching in the Third-Third of Life – Part 2

Presenter: Arnold, Steve / 2018

Aging with Dignity: Launching in the Third-Third of Life – Part 3

Presenter: Arnold, Steve / 2018

Don't Be a Victim

Presenter: Arnold, Steve / 2019

Embracing Your Aging Self Toward Wellness

Presenter: Arnold, Steve / 2019

Living in the Movie, "Toy Story". The Dilemma of Right-Sizing (or) an Exploration of Swedish Death Cleaning

Presenter: Arnold, Steve / 2019

Saying the Long Good-gye

Presenter: Arnold, Steve / 2019

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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