The Biblical Imperative for Caregiving: Galatians 6:2-10

Welcome to the first in my series of devotions about the moral imperative for caregiving. When I was feeling disheartened about the church and the lack of support I felt they were providing our family, and myself, as a caregiver, I turned to the Bible to give me hope and

Dealing with Church People


If faith is important to you, it is only natural in times of trouble to want to lean on the church. Let me tell one thing I’ve learned supporting my grandma to participate in her faith community: There is a right way and a wrong way to lean on the

May 23, 2015: My own personal day that will live in infamy

May 23, 2015 is a date I refer to as the date that will live in infamy for our tiny two-lady family. We spent the day visiting the cemeteries where our loved ones are buried as we have done every year on Memorial day for as long as I can

Top 10 Reasons Caregiving is Good for You

Over the past two years, I have been learning to balance the role of a family caregiver. As the sole living relative to my grandmother, who was an only child (like myself), the responsibility of her care falls completely on me.While it is true that there are many demands and