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    How to Keep your Faith Strong in Adversity

    Times of adversity can be draining. They sap our strength and weigh down our resolve. It's in these times that we need our faith the most, but when we grow tired, our faith can falter.Jesus tells us in Matthew 11:28-29: "Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.

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    How to Keep your Faith Strong in Adversity

    Times of adversity can be draining. They sap our strength and weigh down our resolve. It's in these times that we need our faith the most, but when we grow tired, our faith can falter. 

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    Three Father Figures from the Bible

    So even to old age and gray hairs, O God, do not forsake me, until I proclaim your might to another generation, your power to all those to come. Psalm 71:18 (ESV)The Bible calls us to train our children in God's ways and to share the wonders He has done with the next generation so they will trust in God and will, in turn, teach their own children about Him (Psalm 78:2-7).Though their children and grandchildren may be grown, seniors of faith can continue to guide their families spiritually by...

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    How Seniors Can Be Positive Role Models

    How we live our lives can have a lasting impact on those around us. Seniors in particular have a unique chance to influence others thanks to the years of experience guiding their actions and backing up their advice.The Bible teaches that believers are representatives of Christ, the ultimate role model, which is both a privilege and a responsibility (Colossians 3:17).At Bethesda Senior Living Communities, we value the examples of faith, kindness, strength and compassion we witness among our resid...

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    Why It's Important To Maintain Close Bonds With Parents Even When You're Far Away

    “Let your father and mother be glad; let her who bore you rejoice.” Proverbs 23:25.Oftentimes, we forget that as we start to get older, our parents do, too. Suddenly, we find ourselves caring for those who raised us as children, which creates a new spin on the relationship. While the relationship changes, it’s important to maintain a healthy bond with your parents, especially if they move into an assisted living community or are far away.

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