Lessons from Election Day

It is noon the day after the election, and we still are unsure as to who will lead our country for the next four years.  Pollsters and prognosticators tried to avoid uncertainty; graphs and charts showed us all the various ways people vote and possible outcomes.  But people–and the science behind elections–are always approximations, andContinue reading “Lessons from Election Day”

Ministry to those with Dementia and Alzheimers: Review of “Ministry of the Forgotten,” by Kenneth Carder

By Joe LaGuardia Several years ago, I ran a caregiving ministry for those whose parents were aging (a few had spouses for whom they cared), and I made visitation to their care receivers a top priority. A majority of care receivers suffered from dementia and dementia-related diseases. I assumed that when I visited with theseContinue reading “Ministry to those with Dementia and Alzheimers: Review of “Ministry of the Forgotten,” by Kenneth Carder”