Tag Archives: Senior Adults

Becoming a Catalyst for Questions

Faith through aging eyes gives us the vantage point of seeing things through the lens of experience. We want to give advice that will prevent an unwelcome outcome to a chosen path. Well-meaning as we are, we usually find unsolicited … Continue reading

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Does Prayer Matter?

by Shirlee Vandegrift This week I was blessed with an answer to a prayer I never uttered. Someone must have been praying for me recently. I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Plus about 6 years ago. It is a progressive and … Continue reading

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What Child Is This?

I have been asked to bring a message at a Christmas Brunch for Senior Adults using the title, “What Child Is This?” The question could be answered with one word or expanded upon for hours. I will be expected to … Continue reading

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