Serving Greater Vancouver & the Fraser Valley
Seniors

18/04 April 2018

Surprised by hope

by Sharon Simpson It’s spring again and the sunshine after months of grey has done some good to the spirit.The […]

18/03 March 2018

Well done, good and faithful servant

by Sharon Simpson   A great man died. These are words that fill the news as the death of 99 […]

18/03 March 2018

Reframing Retirement – a new perspective for a new chapter

by Marion Van Driel   Today’s unprecedented demographic of baby boomers are changing the definition of what it means to […]

18/02 February 2018

The senior journey moving into a campus of care

by Lilianne Fuller   Regardless of age, many seniors want to live independently. Unfortunately, it’s not something that every senior […]

18/02 February 2018

God is with you even when days are dark

by Sharon Simpson   I’ve only been to one funeral where the grievers were less than 10 people. It was […]

18/01 January 2018

The power of reunions

by Sharon Simpson   What makes a reunion so meaningful? As we age, we work in different environments, meet more […]

17/12 December

JOY, a holy longing

by Sharon Simpson Have you tried to describe JOY? It’s difficult. If you’ve grown up in the church, you have […]

17/12 December

The senior journey

By Lilianne Fuller Seniors are living longer. Most seniors will say that it’s important to them to live out their […]

17/11 November

The senior journey

By Lilianne Fuller Life expectancy in Canada is on the increase. According to Statistics Canada, 20 years ago Canadians had […]

17/11 November

In-laws wanted

by Sharon Simpson “What is the difference between an in-law and an outlaw?” the elderly senior asked me. “I’m not […]