Among our New Year’s resolutions should be one on building positive views of our old age so that it’s healthy and meaningful.
The Thursday Murder Club books by Richard Osman are wonderful, but sadly, in his fourth book Mr Osman has betrayed the character of Elizabeth, the lead person, and given a boost to the Dying with Dignity lobby. I won’t read them again and will not buy his new ones.
Asking older people, especially those of us with life experience, to pray for our teenagers, and speak the Name of Jesus over their lives.
Sleepers inhaling scents for two hours a night (from a diffuser) showed memory improvement and strengthened neuronal function.
1.3 million people are off work with stress and although there’s a remedy in the Scriptures and a promise of finding rest for our souls, we often find it hard to do.
More is known about preventing dementia than ever before. It includes taking care of mental health.
World’s leading expert on palliative care describes how people not contributing to society in Canada are caught in the crosshairs of a predatory euthanasia programme.
Church pastoral workers standing in the gap as 3 million women and 300,000 men are forced into providing unpaid care.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, carers in not-for-profit residential care homes were better motivated than those in the private sector, says a new report by Warwick Business Schools, showing that motivation makes a huge difference.
Pastor Andy Wilcock and his wife Anne-Marie run Brain & soul Boosting sessions in their church, Hampden View in Sheffield. They are popular with people from other churches, who come to join in. Pastor Andy has sent in a brilliant new session they’ve produced on the rainbow in the story of Noah’s Ark.
A mobile phone company wanted younger, more dynamic men than the current sales manager, and one line manager said he didn’t want a team of bald-headed men like him – the firm ended up having to pay £71,000 compensation for ageism and discrimination.
When children put on Nativity Play for Bethany care home residents, joy lights up like a star!
Churches’ work to individuals and communities is worth over £40 bn a year :let the government help with building repairs and keep their working going.