News For The Sandwich Generation: Eunice Shriver
Eunice Shriver is a wonderful example for our grandchildren with her tremendous contributions to helping those with disabilities and her vital pro-life stance.
God’s Unfailing Love
Everything in this world is subject to failure, except God and His unfailing love. And He shines that unfailing love on us!
Online Encouragement For Caregivers and Their Families
Caregiving for those with chronic illnesses can be especially difficult. Most of us can handle helping for a short term. But chronic means long-term, on-going. It can mean months, years, or even decades of helping a loved one with health issues that can get worse, and rarely get better. When I helped my mom and […]
7 Good Friday Activities With Your Grandkids
Easter resurrection eggs, music & stories are all great tools for Sandwich Generation grandparents to help their grandkids learn the true meaning of Easter.
Grandparents: Advent Fun
Advent. Advent is celebrated on the four Sundays before Christmas. When I was a child I went to a Lutheran church and school. Every year it was so exciting to go to church on the first Sunday in Advent and see the beautiful Advent wreath with the five candles. Each Sunday, a new candle would […]
Twitter and the Sandwich Generation
Check out this book of inspiring Bible verses and information to inform and encourage all, including the Sandwich Generation and the Baby Boomers Generation.
Grief Help for the Sandwich Generation
GriefShare is a website full of encouragement, resources, and comforting Bible verses to help individuals, children, and families deal with grief and loss…
Great Options for a Bible Study for Caregivers
Some of my favorite options that easily provide for a daily Bible study for caregivers in the Sandwich Generation including verse by verse Bible studies
Items to Keep in a Bag for a Quick Trip to the Hospital
The Sandwich Generation issues of caring for elderly parents and grandkids can include unexpected trips to the hospital. A list of what to pack is a big help!