The only “constant” in life is change. Or to say it another way, “constant change is here to stay”. Life is about change: some we choose, some we don’t. Some we like, some we don’t. Some changes can launch us into new adventures, some drive us into frustration and despair. How we respond to change is the critical key. It has a huge impact on our happiness, our sense of wellbeing, and our relationships. Since change is coming anyway, it makes sense to learn how to handle it. In fact, not just to accept it, but to embrace it.
Gordon was a healthy and successful businessman with a happy family and a good life. Then one day he had a massive stroke, and everything changed. Everything. On the long road of recovery, which is by no means over, life is different, and God is faithful. Hear the extraordinary story of weakness and strength, brokenness and healing, despair and faith. These powerful insights will help you deal with tragedy – yours or someone else’s.
The older we get, the harder it is to endure change. Especially changes that we don’t necessarily welcome and don’t choose to make for ourselves. But when a loved one needs to make some fundamental changes, especially ones that affect their living conditions, location, independence, or safety and health, the entire family is affected, and the road can be pretty bumpy. Knowing how to approach these changes and how to discuss them together can be much simpler if we have help. Family members may not always agree, but there can be peaceful resolution.
There comes a time for many families when they have to start thinking about finding a senior residence for a loved one. Or a place where a family member can be safe, and have their health and medical needs taken care of. Where do you even start? How complicated is this process, and how long will it take to find the “right place”? Is there anyone who can help, and how much would it cost to get that kind of professional assistance? These are the questions discussed in this program…and you’re going to like the answers!
Eighty percent of Americans would rather die than outlive their money. So, if you are approaching retirement or if you’re already there, it is really important to be smart about handling all your assets so that you can maximize your income and minimize your outgo. How can you create a guaranteed income in retirement? How can you legally use the tax code to your benefit? How can you make decisions now to leave a legacy that will bless others after you’re gone?