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    What Psalm 71 Teaches Us About Aging

    The Book of Psalms is often turned to for comfort and hope, and many Christians have favorites that they read in times of trouble. Believers who dig deeper will find this collection of songs and poetry provides more then just encouragement. For example, many powerful life lessons can be found within Psalm 71 on the topics of aging, faith and hope.

  • Self-Forgiveness: What the Bible Says about Letting Go of the Past

    Whether you're an older adult regretting choices you made during your life or a younger person who feels bad about the way they treated a senior loved one, forgiveness can be an important topic. Learning to let go of the past the right way helps you seek a brighter future, whether that's in one of our assisted living communities or elsewhere. To understand the topic of self-forgiveness, it's important to first know what forgiveness is. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the word as the ...

  • How to Be a Spiritual Caregiver

    Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God. Colossians 3:16 ESVThe role of a caregiver is often taxing and time consuming. Caregiving itself can require individuals to wear a variety of hats such as a hairdresser, personal chef, housekeeper, chauffeur and secretary — often all on the same day.

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    Spiritual Lessons You Can Share with Your Grandchildren

    The Bible is filled with wisdom and practical life lessons that can help us build close ties with our families, form beneficial friendships, manage our finances and live with integrity. Many seniors of faith have been blessed by following the Lord's commands and want to impart these benefits to the younger members of their family. But they may be uncertain how to start.

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    What the Bible Says about Forgiveness and Reconciliation

    Human beings are far from perfect, which means we commit innumerable infractions against each other over the years. It can be easy to let those grievances pile up, hording them as we age. But that can lead to bitterness, loneliness and other negative outcomes for seniors.

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