I don’t see problems; I see opportunities

I don’t see problems; I see opportunities

Mr. and Mrs. Bush were in their late eighties when Mrs. Bush’s nurse referred her to Social Work Services. Mrs. Bush had Alzheimer’s disea...

June 2nd, 2017 |  


The Prodigal Son and His Father

The Prodigal Son and His Father

The story of the Prodigal Son is not about the son per se; it is about the Father.In this case we are picturing God who is the Father of us all. Most,...

June 2nd, 2017 |  


ME·MO·RI·AL: Serving to preserve remembrance

ME·MO·RI·AL: Serving to preserve remembrance

As I drove into Washington DC this afternoon for a few days of meetings I noticed once again as I exited off the George Washington Parkway and headed ...

May 26th, 2017 |  


Death; where is your victory?

Death; where is your victory?

As we all edge closer to eternity humanity is left with an eternal question, “Oh death where is your victory?” Life hands you the death of...

May 26th, 2017 |  


You can count that day well spent

You can count that day well spent

I was privileged to meet Sandy and her husband, George, at the hospital when her physician consulted hospice to talk with her about discontinuing dial...

May 26th, 2017 |  


How are you looking?

How are you looking?

You ever talk to your computer? What I mean is, have you ever uttered a, “hurry up”, or “can’t you go any faster” direct...

May 19th, 2017 |  


Examination Time

Examination Time

Second Corinthians 13:5 contains a valuable lesson for the Christian and the Church of today. The Bible says, “Examine yourselves, whether ye be...

May 19th, 2017 |  


I missed my calling

I missed my calling

Jeff was forty-five years old when he was admitted to hospice with end stage heart disease. Jeff reflected, “I was one of fourteen children and ...

May 19th, 2017 |  


Mothers and Groundhogs

Mothers and Groundhogs

Mother’s Day is here at last, rejoice Mom. Never mind when your children tell you, “Leave the dishes today Mom it is your day you shouldn&...

May 13th, 2017 |  


Sometimes I feel like I’m invisible

Sometimes I feel like I’m invisible

Linda was in her late seventies and dying of cancer. She lived in the home of one of her daughters while her other children rotated in to provide twen...

May 12th, 2017 |