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Some of these are as serious as I know how to be, while others (especially the ads) are just plain nutty.  Sorry, but I can't seem to help myself.  This is not an apology, just a fact.  These are hard times.  Rome is burning and Nero is griping that his filet mignon is over cooked.  Millions of people sit in long-term care facilities suffering late-life despair alone while many within the church remain indifferent.  I get angry about that.  Yes, I grumble, but I laugh, too.  Believers live joyfully because God's son died for us.  Praise his name!  He offers life to the full!  (John 10:10)                                                                                                                                                                                     -Rich Walters

June 14, 2018

Diana may not look serious here--obviously, she is not serious all the time--but this time and on this subject, she is 100% serious.  She is retiring!

Partially, that is.  She is shedding her duties as a manager of an assisted living unit and will work three six-hour da...

June 13, 2018

A friend I greatly admire but have yet to meet is Ben Boland, a chaplain to the late-aged.  Ben regularly writes and speaks about aged care ministry, and passionately promotes and resources the gospel for older people.  He is currently writing an MA project a...

June 13, 2018

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